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ASEAN ‘shameless’ in calling itself ‘people-centric’

The recent move by Malaysian maritime authorities to turn away Rohingya refugees seeking shelter has been rapped as ‘inhuman …

No hudud in next Parliament sitting?

By Pauline Wong The private members bill for hudud which PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang has so vigorously pursued …

IGP arrogant, immature, according to DAP

Inspector General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar has come under fire for refusing to respond to the Bar Council …

DAP sums up BN Permatang Pauh antics as dishonourable and deceitful

Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng has said that Barisan Nasional ministers were resorting to lies, threats and racist attacks …

Establish sex offenders registry, says DAP

A DAP  lawmaker has called for the establishment of a sex offenders registry following public uproar over the Majlis …

Bulldozed and dazed: Amendments pushed through Parliament

  Bulldozed and dazed: this is probably the only way to describe how the amendments to the Sedition Act …

Malaysia on worrying slide down the human rights ladder

Read previous report: Who’s afraid of the big bad Sedition Act? With the new amendments to the Sedition Act …

When free speech is a crime

By Ralvin Manikam They often seem like mere numbers in news reports — 10,000 protestors here, 5,000 protestors there. …

Permatang Pauh to pave the way for GE 14

Speech by DAP Parliamentary Leader and MP for Gelang Patah Lim Kit Siang at the PermatangPauh by-election ceramah on …

Court finds Malay-language daily guilty of defamation

A Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court has found Malay daily Berita Harian guilty of defaming two Perak DAP MPs in …