Judge’s Decision to Uphold Ban of Seksualiti Merdeka Gives Excessive Power to Police

SUARA RAKYAT MALAYSIA

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PRESS STATEMENT: 01 MARCH 2012

Judge’s Decision to Uphold Ban of Seksualiti Merdeka Gives Excessive Power to Police

 

SUARAM is disappointed with the court’s decision to refuse the application for a judicial review against the ban of Seksualiti Merdeka. The police had announced the ban of the annual event last year (2011) before the event was scheduled to begin after reports in local newspaper brought the event to light in a derogating manner. Continue reading “Judge’s Decision to Uphold Ban of Seksualiti Merdeka Gives Excessive Power to Police”

Unfair Dismissal with Unwarranted Bail

SUARA RAKYAT MALAYSIA

Address: 433A, Jalan 5/46, Gasing Indah, 46000 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.

Telephone: +6 03 7784 3525 Fax: +6 03 7784 3526

Email: [email protected] Web: www.suaram.net

PRESS STATEMENT: 01 MARCH 2012

Unfair Dismissal with Unwarranted Bail !

Suara Rakyat Malaysia (SUARAM) strongly oppose the Kuala Lumpur High Court decision which overturned the acquittal order by Session Court’s denying the freedom of the 16 people who were arrested in 2007 for participating in a rally and for imposing RM5,000 bail each. Continue reading “Unfair Dismissal with Unwarranted Bail”

We need System of Check and Balance to Monitor Enforcement Authorities!

Press Statement: 21 February 2012

We need System of Check and Balance to Monitor Enforcement Authorities!

SUARAM views the latest complaint by S Mogan, 42 years old; (20 February 2012) who alleged that, he was tortured and beaten with a gun pointed to his head to force a confession is clearly shows the clear abuse of power by the enforcement agencies.

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Right to the end, the Malaysian Government has shown itself to be mean spirited and paranoid in its handling of Hamza Kashgari!

Press Statement: 13 February 2012

Right to the end, the Malaysian Government has shown itself to be mean spirited and paranoid in its handling of Hamza Kashgari!

The extradition of Saudi Arabian Blogger and writer Hamza Kashgari, who was extradited back to Saudi Arabia on 12 February after being detained by Malaysian police on 9th February 2012. Right to the end, the Malaysian Government has shown itself to be mean spirited and paranoid in its handling of Hamza Kashgari.

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