2007 Media Statements

2007 Media Statements

Media statements are official statements issued by Aliran office bearers that reflect the organisation’s position on important issues.

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Aliran is flabbergasted that the usage of a single word ‘Allah’ could be the basis for the denial of a fundamental right guaranteed under the Federal...

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Aliran welcomes the dropping of charges of attempted murder against the 31 Malaysians who were implicated by the police without any incriminating evidence. It was the...

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Aliran condemns the arrest today of five Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) leaders under the obnoxious Internal Security Act. Those detained were Hindraf legal adviser P Uthayakumar,...

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Aliran deplores the thoughtless and mindless reaction of the state against any democratic expression of our constitutional rights to exert our freedom. We are appalled that even...

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Tan Sri Zaki Azmi's appointment as Court of Appeal president was no surprise. It was predictable from the time he was catapulted into the Federal Court,...

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[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oH6OF5n570U&rel=1] Aliran, at its 31st annual general meeting held in Penang today, has expressed its horror at the heavy-handed way the police responded to the Hindu...

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Aliran welcomes the government’s decision to appoint a Royal Commission of Inquiry following the disturbing disclosures in the Lingam tape. What Malaysians witnessed through the tape revealed...

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Aliran is concerned about the arrests of leaders of the Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) - P Uthayakumar, P Waythamoorthy...

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Well, it looks that the information Minister will have to eat his own words. He will have to believe what he sees. His eyes...

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The Chief Justice has forfeited the trust of the people and the confidence of the Malaysian Bar. The only thing for him to do...

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It would upset and disappoint Malaysians terribly if the tenure of the current Chief Justice, Tun Ahmad Fairuz Sheikh Abdul Halim, were to be...

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Aliran is astonished at the Sarawak’s Natural Resources and Environment Board (NREB) controller’s remarks that public participation in an Environment Impact Assessment process is...

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