2007 Media Statements

2007 Media Statements

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Senior Cabinet Minister Bernard Dompok must be complimented for his conviction and commitment to truth. In a rare show of courage - not common...

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What is happening is really disturbing. We get the impression that Umno and the police are colluding to rein in do-gooders who highlight corruption...

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Aliran is dumbfounded by Plantation Industries Minister Peter Chin’s assertion that tropical rainforests in Malaysia have not been cleared to plant oil palm in...

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Rela’s reported move (New Straits Times, 26 June 2007) to push for a law to legitimise itself and its operations has triggered alarm...

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The frequent incidences of criminal acts, including robberies and rape cases, has reached alarming proportions and many seem to be living in fear. The...

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There will be nothing for Rohingya refugees to celebrate this year on World Refugees Day. Their hope of obtaining temporary settlement in Malaysia under...

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9.30 am - 5.00 pm - Dewan Sri Pinang, PenangFor the first time in many years, a coalition of 25 NGOs in Penang has...

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Lina Joy’s 10-year battle to be herself as she wanted to be within the confines of the supreme law of the country, the Federal...

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The story of the return of 5-year-old Muhammad Nazrin Shamsul Ghazali or little “Yin” must have touched many Malaysian and non-Malaysian hearts. Yet, the...

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Anti-Corruption Agency chief Zulkipli Mat Noor can no longer be in office holding on to his position as Director General. It is an embarrassment...

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