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.
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).
The Malaysian Bar today said the Emergency Ordinances should have been tabled and debated in Parliament.
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.
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.
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.
Experts are proposing recall elections, a process that would allow mid-term polls if politicians jump ship.
Putrajaya has been urged to reform the education system to enhance the teachers' awareness of sexual harassment.
Abdul Hamid Bador should continue his fight to reform the police force and weed out corruption as an activist in civil society groups.
Bersih has urged the government to reform how high-ranking government officials like the IGP are hired and fired.
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.
Women's groups pressed the Education Ministry and MARA for investigation into allegations of sexual abuse and harassment by teachers on students.
Civil societies slammed Zulkifli Mohamad’s insistence to table a law amendment that would provide for harsher punishments against LGBT community.
Bersih 2.0 has condemned the EC decision to defer the implementation of lowering the voting age to 18 or Undi18 to next year.