Malaysia is once again the talk of the town. We are featured on Wall Street Journal, BBC, Forbes and many more international media due to the arrest of the Lembah Pantai MP, YB Nurul Izzah Anwar for an alleged seditious remarks during recent parliamentary proceeding. 643 more words
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The clampdown on dissent in Malaysia took a surreal turn yesterday (Monday) when lawyer Michelle Yesudas was told by the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Khalid Abu Bakar, that she was to be investigated for a tweet about rape threats. 1,810 more words
Yesterday’s demonstration in front of Merdeka Square.
A group of activists in Malaysia have started a hunger strike in protest over the jailing of opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, and other demonstrators are staging a week-long sit-in next to Kuala Lumpur’s famous Dataran Merdeka (Independence Square). 1,568 more words
Above is the seditious statement made by Nurul Izzah Anwar in parliament on …..
Using Clause 2 of Article 63 of the Federal Constitution, the opposition leaders claim that Members of Parliament can say whatever they want in the Parliament and starting to create stories so that actions will be taken to the others who are against them. 305 more words
Above is the seditious statement towards the Judicial Institution made by Nurul Izzah Anwar in Parliament on March 10, 2015.
Using Clause 2 of Article 63 of the Federal Constitution, the opposition leaders defended her by claiming that Members of Parliament (MP) can say whatever they want in the Parliament; and starting to create stories so that actions will be taken to others who are against them. 317 more words
Malaysian MP Nurul Izzah Anwar, who is the eldest daughter of the jailed opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, has been released on police bail after being detained in the Jinjang lock-up in Kuala Lumpur overnight. 2,228 more words