There is a “deep state” in the Malaysian civil service.
Human rights NGOs said the sentencing of five men to canings for attempted sexual intercourse against the order of nature is an indicator of growing hostility towards LGBTQ in the country.
A PAS MP yesterday baffled lawmakers in the Dewan Rakyat by linking calls for Zakir Naik’s extradition with the LTTE and the killing of a former prime minister of India.
Bersih 2.0 is disappointed with the conduct of the Pakatan Harapan government’s abuse of state resources during the Tanjung Piai by-elections.
Contempt of court filings should be made against Zahid Hamidi for his assertion that the judiciary was not independent when it acquitted a driver of killing eight teen cyclists in Johor.
The family of missing pastor Raymond Koh are organising a rally in Kuala Lumpur to mark the 1,000th day of his disappearance.
Lawyers for Liberty has urged Putrajaya to protest after accusing Singapore authorities of the “systematic torture” of several Malaysian death row prisoners at Changi prison.
A disappointed Ambiga Sreenevasan today told Putrajaya to stop holding detainees allegedly linked to the LTTE under Sosma, a law it was once against.
It was the action of UM's VC that led to Wong Yan Ke’s solo protest during his convocation ceremony, several activists have suggested amid backlash against the engineering graduate.
Government urged to abolish Sosma without delay.
UM graduate Wong Yan Ke, currently embroiled in controversy for protesting at his convocation ceremony against VC Abdul Rahim Rashid, said he had done so as a last resort.