08 May 2009 Press advisory Dear editor, Handover of Memorandum to National Human Rights Commission (SUHAKAM) With regards to the above matter, on behalf of Amnesty International (Malaysia), Era Consumer and SUARAM, we would like to inform you that a memorandum will be submitted to
Day: May 8, 2009
PERSATUAN KESEDARAN KOMUNITI SELANGOR AN OPEN LETTER TO THE PRIME MINISTER OF MALAYSIA 8 MAY 2009 Prime Minister of Malaysia, Prime Minister’s Office, Main Block, Perdana Putra Building , Federal Government Administrative Centre, 62502 Putrajaya , MALAYSIA Tel : 603-8888 8000 Fax : 603-8888 3444
Arrests at Brickfields The 15 individuals and 5 lawyers arrested outside of Brickfields district police station last night (7 May 2009) have not yet been released. SUARAM has received information that the five lawyers, Fadiah Nadwa Fikri, Shuhaini Safwan, Murni Hidayah, Puspawati Rosman and Ravinder
8 MAY 2009 ABUSE OF POLICE POWERS AND ARBITRARY ARRESTS Amnesty International Malaysia, Education and Research Association for Consumers, Malaysia (Era Konsumer) and Suara Rakyat Malaysia (SUARAM) strongly condemns the arrest of on Wong Chin Huat under the Seditions Act on 6 May 2009 and
MEDIA CONFERENCE HELD BY DATO NGEH KOO HAM AT DAP PERAK HEADQUARTERS IN IPOH ON FRIDAY 8 MAY 2009 AT 10.00 AM By any account V. Sivakumar is still the speaker of the Perak State Assemby.
Friends, Malaysians, Countrymen & Countrywomen, One colour is taboo in Malaysia today. Wearing that colour has now been known to invite arrest. It is so taboo that a good citizen like me will not even mention its name. I shall sheepishly call it the opposite
By Gan Pei Ling (thenutgraph.com) KUALA LUMPUR, 8 May 2009: Political scientist and activist Wong Chin Huat was released on police bail at 3.35pm today at the Bukit Perdana police station.