Little-known RM1 firm bags half of Kuala Langat reserve

On Monday, the public was stunned to learn that the Selangor government had alienated half of the Kuala Langat (North) Forest Reserve to a private company.

Coalition of NGOs condemns threats to harm female activist

A youth activist who made a video of the #Lawan rally that was widely shared has received threats to harm her two days in a row, Sekretariat Solidariti Rakyat (SSR).

Malaysian Bar: Proclamation of Emergency should be tabled, debated in Parliament

The Malaysian Bar today said the Emergency Ordinances should have been tabled and debated in Parliament.

Bersih hits back at ‘slanderous claims’ by Suaram adviser Kua Kia...

Bersih 2.0 has hit out at Suaram adviser Kua Kia Soong for questioning whether it is really representative of the people, or a front for Pakatan Harapan.

Govt’s 13-item list for RM300k food basket inflexible, neglects nutrition needs

The federal government’s list of 13 types of food items for food baskets to be given out using the RM300,000 allocation per MP does not provide flexibility.

AG urged to give his public view on Parliament’s six-month lapse...

Civil society organisations have called on A-G Idrus to give his view on the Federal Constitution requiring Parliament to convene six months from the previous sitting.

MPs and NGO: Regain ‘people power’ through recall elections

Experts are proposing recall elections, a process that would allow mid-term polls if politicians jump ship.

Ain calls for education reform to curb sexual harassment in schools

Putrajaya has been urged to reform the education system to enhance the teachers' awareness of sexual harassment.

Groups invite Hamid Bador to join fight for police reform

Abdul Hamid Bador should continue his fight to reform the police force and weed out corruption as an activist in civil society groups.

Amid Hamzah audio clip, Bersih wants reform of how top posts...

Bersih has urged the government to reform how high-ranking government officials like the IGP are hired and fired.

Civil societies back IGP Hamid for schooling politicians on meddling in...

Civil society groups backed IGP Hamid Bador for calling a spade a spade when he openly criticised Home Minister Hamzah Zainuddin for interfering in police matters.

NGOs demand ministry, MARA start independent probe of alleged sexual harassment,...

Women's groups pressed the Education Ministry and MARA for investigation into allegations of sexual abuse and harassment by teachers on students.

Civil groups chide minister Zulkifli’s insistence on harsher laws against LGBT

Civil societies slammed Zulkifli Mohamad’s insistence to table a law amendment that would provide for harsher punishments against LGBT community.

18 youths sue PM, govt, EC over Undi18

A symbolic 18 Malaysian youths sued the prime minister, the federal government and the EC today in a bid to ensure those aged 18 to 20 can register to vote by July 2021.

Bersih 2.0 chides EC over Undi18 delay, calls for chairman to...

Bersih 2.0 has condemned the EC decision to defer the implementation of lowering the voting age to 18 or Undi18 to next year.

Anwar explains why PH accepted Ismail Sabri’s offer but not Muhyiddin’s

PH agreed to sign a deal with Ismail Sabri as the prime minister was ready to negotiate with them on political stability and transformation.

Anwar: PH never agreed to call off confidence vote against PM despite signing bipartisan...

Anwar Ibrahim asserted PH's disagreement with the government’s move to rescind its pledge to hold a confidence vote against Ismail Sabri.

Under deal with Opposition, govt to inject additional RM45b into Covid-19 fund, RM10b in...

The government said today it is injecting an additional RM45 billion into the Covid-19 fund, bringing the total to RM110 billion.

Govt to create third deputy Dewan Rakyat speaker post for Opposition

The election for a new deputy speaker that was supposed to happen today has been postponed to the next Parliament sitting.

Deputy Speaker Rashid rejected all 15 motions to change speaker

All 15 motions submitted by opposition Members of Parliament to change the Dewan Rakyat Speaker Datuk Azhar Azizan Harun have been rejected by his deputy, Datuk Rashid Hasnon.

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