By SEAN YOONG, Associated Press – Monday, December 10 PUTRAJAYA, Malaysia – Malaysia’s leader said Monday he is willing to sacrifice public freedoms for the sake of national stability, a day after police arrested 21 opposition members and lawyers who took part in street protests.
Day: December 10, 2007
Monday December 10, 2007 (The Star) NIBONG TEBAL: An 81-year-old man was among nine PAS supporters who were charged in the Jawi magistrate’s court here with obstructing a senior police officer and his men from discharging their duties.
Malaysiakini Beh Lih Yi | Dec 10, 07 6:57pm The police have got a restraining order from the court to stop polls reform group Bersih from gathering at Parliament tomorrow.
Malaysiakini Beh Lih Yi | Dec 10, 07 6:30pm Seventeen people, including opposition leaders Tian Chua, Mohamad Sabu and N Gobalakrishnan, were today charged with illegal assembly at the Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court in connection with the Nov 10 mass rally organised by polls reform
December 10, 2007 19:27 PM JOHOR BAHARU, Dec 10 (Bernama) — The police will invoke the Internal Security Act (ISA) against the Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) if the country’s security is compromised.
Malaysiakini Yoges Palaniappan | Dec 10, 07 Parliamentary Opposition Leader Lim Kit Siang will move an emergency motion tomorrow in the Dewan Rakyat to debate the arrest of eight people, including five lawyers, during a human rights march yesterday.
English Section (Harakah) KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 10 (ES) – The Kuala Lumpur Court Complex on Jalan Duta saw a throng of lawyers and supporters crowding at the court lobby to get the latest updates on the multiple arrests of opposition leaders and lawyers yesterday.
A 10-member BERSIH delegation will hand over a memorandum protesting the Constitutional Amendment Bill to the Parliamentary Speaker YB Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Ramli bin Ngah Talib and Minister in PM’s Department, YB Dato’ Seri Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz. Venue: Parliament Lobby Date: Tuesday, 11
Malaysiakini Dec 10, 07 4:18pm The government, under the leadership of Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, is leading Malaysia towards a police state, said PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang.
Malaysiakini Dec 10, 07 4:21pm Human Rights Commission of Malaysia’s (Suhakam) public inquiry into the Batu Buruk riot in Kuala Terengganu scheduled for Dec 14 to 16 now looks uncertain.