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Ambiga: May 13 and Bersih different kettle of fish

Equating a racial clash which claimed scores of lives with a gathering pressing for free and fair elections is egregious.

Nhaveen’s family seeks AGC’s help to set up Anti-Bullying Act

A memorandum to propose a robust Anti-Bullying Act and to declare June 15 as an Anti-Bullying Day was submitted to the AGC.

Corruption watchdog Rasuah Busters: Najib popular because Malaysians have lost sense...

Approaching anti-corruption battle by trying to change Malaysians’ “tolerance” for corruption.

Lawyers: Tajuddin ‘not out of the woods’ despite NFA, drug case...

Tajuddin is still “not out of the woods” although his case has been classified as “no further action” (NFA).

G25: English language goes beyond speaking at international stage

G25 has spoken out about Putrajaya instructing reps attending international conferences or official government business abroad to use BM when speaking.

Lawyer: No end to unilateral conversions unless banned by states

Lawyer Rajesh Nagarajan has warned that unilateral conversions will continue unless individual states amend their respective laws to ban such practices.

Rights groups worry Malaysia will use Interpol to get Sarawak Report...

Clare Rewcastle Brown called the criminal defamation charge against her abuse of due process.

After Nur Sajat’s case, 25 civil society organisations warn of growing...

Twenty-five civil society organisations have warned of growing restrictions on freedom of religion in Malaysia following Nur Sajat’s arrest by authorities in Thailand.

G25 concerned with govt’s ‘paranoia’ against Sajat

The G25 group has spoken out about the recent news of local authorities seeking the extradition of Nur Sajat.

TI-M: Let Parliament appoint MACC chief as part of reform agenda

TI-M wants the government to introduce reforms in MACC to allow it to work independently.

Lawyers: AG’s remark about no confidence vote is against democracy

Idrus Harun should have not suggested that Ismail Sabri does not need to face a confidence vote in the Dewan Rakyat.

Coalition of NGOs demands reinstatement of moratorium on Sedition Act 1948...

Seven SSR #LAWAN activists again hauled in for questioning at Dang Wangi district police headquarters, this time under Sedition Act.

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.

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