Malaysiakini, FZ Daily denied publishing permits: Are we so easily ‘confused’?

The Home Ministry’s denial of publishing permits for Malaysiakini and FZ Daily is a gross affront to the people's democratic right to freedom of...

Malaysiakini judgment: Victory for freedom of expression in Malaysia

Aliran hails the Court of Appeal's decision to dismiss the Home Ministry and government's appeal against a High Court judgment granting Malaysiakini the right...

Media groups condemn intimidation, arrests of journalists

We, Malaysian media civil society organisations, condemn the arrest of two journalists and police violence towards others who were covering the sit-down protest for...

Apa Khabar Malaysia Merdeka?

Charter 2000-Aliran is deeply concerned that film director Amir Muhammad has once again unjustifiably earned the 'wrath' of the government, particularly the Film Censorship...

Malaysians ready for press freedom

World Press Freedom Day reminds us yet again that nothing worthy comes to us without a struggle.  The campaign for greater press freedom and...

Movie about Chin Peng banned

Charter2000-Aliran is totally dumbfounded by the authorities’ decision to ban director Amir Muhammad’s latest movie 'The Last Communist'. The unfortunate ban comes in...

Sedition charge on blogger Raja Petra raises more questions

Charter 2000-Aliran is appalled by the Malaysian authorities' action in charging prominent blogger Raja Petra Kamaruddin with sedition for allegedly implying that deputy prime...

Zunar’s arrest no laughing matter

Charter 2000-Aliran condemns the unfair and unwarranted detention of cartoonist Zunar by the Malaysian government last night as it violates the basic principle of...

Media freedom groups rally behind Hata

Four civil society groups have spoken up in support of National Union of Journalists (NUJ) president Hata Wahari, who is facing a domestic inquiry...

Malaysian government should not resort to Internet censorship

The Malaysian government is unfortunately planning to follow in the foot-steps of China in filtering the Internet to block certain websites that it considers...

NST show-cause letter: Eroding press freedom?

Thinking Malaysians must be bewildered at the government's show-cause letter to the New Straits Times over its publication of a controversial syndicated cartoon that,...

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