Women’s minister dismisses need for women’s rights movement


Martin Jalleh surveys the reaction and backdrop to Prime Minister-cum-Women, Family and Community Development Minister Najib Razak’s dismissal of the need for a women’s right movement.

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11 Oct 2012 7.57pm

Ridiculous for this a male PM to hold onto this Woman profolio for so many months, unless he is holding for the return of Sharizat. There must be other capable women in UMNO, unless in his opinion, none of the UMNO woman is fit?