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.
Concern over the government’s new Ordinance criminalising individuals who create or publish fake news on Covid-19 or the Emergency proclamation.
Civil society groups today questioned if there was a SOP which allowed the PM to approve an overseas trip for a deputy minister while the country was in lockdown.
Malaysians might be cynical about having their votes stolen, but this must not stop them from continuing to seek changes.
Justice for Sisters has labelled the Jais attempt to detain Nur Sajat as extreme.
The Federal Court in its majority ruling today urged Malaysians to remain respectful even while online.
A 19-member committee led by a retired chief justice cannot advise the Yang di-Pertuan Agong on the state of emergency.
Dr Adeeba Kamarulzaman has cautioned against Dr Adham Baba's suggestion that the three-day quarantine may be extended to business travellers or the public.
Klang MP Charles Santiago has asked the Speaker to permit ministers to be questioned about their ministries’ affairs.