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Suaram: Little change to human rights record under Harapan

The rights group also notes growing scepticism as to whether the Harapan government has any political will to fulfil its commitments.

by Alyaa Alhadjri
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Human Rights Day: Kudos to the rakyat

MP SPEAKS | It needles me that Harapan was better last year in fulfilling its promises on human rights.

by Charles Santiago
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The Lady and The Hague: Myanmar leader Suu Kyi courts home audience

Aung San Suu Kyi was feted the last time she was in western Europe, this time she is facing accusations of genocide.

by Reuters
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Annual report debate fulfils Harapan manifesto's Promise 26

LETTER | Suhakam extends its appreciation to the gov't for debating its 2018 annual report in Parliament for the first time.

by Suhakam
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LGBT part in Suhakam report irrelevant, says PAS deputy president

Since when did Malaysia start recognising LGBT as part of its cultural values, asks Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man.

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Global report finds Malaysia's civic space 'obstructed'

Last year the report labelled Malaysia as a "bright spot" for civic freedom in Asia, following the change of government.

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China against US on approving bill for Uyghur human rights policy act

The Uyghur human rights policy will allow US gov't agencies to provide reports on the Uyghur situation in China.

by Bernama
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US House approves Uyghur bill demanding sanctions on senior Chinese officials

The bill, which passed by 407-1 in the Democratic-controlled House, draws swift condemnation from Beijing. 

by Reuters
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Five public universities set up OKU services unit

PARLIAMENT | The units are being established as part of the Education Ministry's OKU Inclusion Policy.

by Bernama
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Cops probe event commemorating anniversary of Hat Yai Peace Accord

Kajang police have yet to receive any reports about the gathering, but 'obtained information about it'.

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Commemorating Hat Yai Peace Accord 30 years later

 About 300 people attend a gathering in Kajang organised by former CPM members. 

by Geraldine Tong
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Chin Peng’s ashes not the issue

COMMENT | Time to analyse culture, capitalism, and human liberation. 

by Azly Rahman
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Ensuring the future of all disabled Malaysians

LETTER | Gov't, society should recognise the capability and potential contribution of disabled persons.

by Muhamad Nadhir Abdul Nasir
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Two coordinators of Chin Peng’s ashes transfer summoned by police

Chai Kan Fook gave his statement to police yesterday, Tong Yee will meet the cops this afternoon.

by Ng Xiang Yi
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Let Orang Asli bring out forest products, SADC urged

This is because bamboos and other forest products are their sources of livelihood, says minister Waythamoorthy.

by Bernama
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IPCMC Bill: Give us more time, room to discuss issues raised, says IGP

He says some issues raised on the proposed by have not been given 'fair attention'.

by Bernama
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