Probe grave allegations by Justice Department without delay, urges Bar

The Malaysian Bar is deeply concerned about the serious allegations set out in the civil suit filed by the United States Department of Justice...

Take grievances surrounding Hadi vs Rewcastle Brown suit to UK court, says Ambiga

Ambiga Sreenevasan complains of targeted acts of intimidation and harassment against her following revelations in the UK suit. The recently disclosed defence and counterclaim...

Rohingya street protest: Have they abused their stay in Malaysia?

The Penang Stop Human Trafficking Campaign has written an open letter to Suhakam chairperson Razali Ismail and to any others in Malaysia who are...

A French indictment is a charge, and Razak Baginda has been indicted

Suara Rakyat Malaysia (Suaram) and the Centre to Combat Corruption and Cronyism (C4) welcome recent developments in the Scorpene inquiry being conducted at Tribunal...

After 20 years, judiciary restored as independent defender of Constitution

The judiciary has rightfully restored its position as the independent defender of the Constitution, free from the shackles of parliament and the executive, writes...

UN agency urges Malaysia to investigate disappearance cases

The United Nations Human Rights Office for South East Asia expresses serious concern regarding the recent disappearances of community workers Amri Che Mat and...

Revisiting Mahathir’s flawed transport record

It is clear that Mahathir failed to implement the necessary reforms for an integrated and efficient public transport system in the country, says Kua...

Proposed road projects in Penang not a solution to traffic problems

The thrust of a rational transport strategy for Penang must be on reducing private vehicles instead of encouraging them, say the Consumers Association of...
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Major Malaysian palm oil company announces groundbreaking labour policies

Malaysian palm oil giant IOI Group announced three major labour policies, committing to no longer charge recruitment fees to its workers, respect freedom of...

Malaysia pivots towards RCEP, away from TPPA

The Malaysian government is moving towards the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership in place of the stalled Trans-Pacific Partnership - but has it carried out...

Penang floods: Stop further hill and tree cutting and over development

Sahabat Alam Malaysia and the Consumers’ Association of Penang are alarmed by the massive flash floods that hit Penang both on the island and...

Tian Chua must be immediately released, says Amnesty International

The Malaysian authorities must immediately and unconditionally release opposition lawmaker Chua Tian Chang, whom Amnesty International regards as a prisoner of conscience, imprisoned solely...

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