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Prime Minister Najib Razak plans to repeal the Internal Security Act, which allows the authorities to detain people indefinitely without charge or trial.
Amnesty International response to Prime Minister Najib Razak's announcement that the Malaysian government will seek to repeal the Internal Security Act (ISA), lift ...
The activists, known as the E06, were arrested in relation to an electoral reform rally and held without charge for a month.
Six Malaysian activists arrested in Penang on 25 June 2011 have now been released. They were held without charge for over a month under an Emergency Public Order ...
Urgent Action ASA 28/006/2011
Amnesty International welcomed the release of six political activists, but called on the Malaysian authorities to free thousands of other detainees held under preventive ...
Six activists are still detained, and more than 40 others are now facing prosecution.
Urgent Action ASA 28/005/2011
The UK government must press Malaysia's Prime Minister on freedom of assembly in his visit this week, Amnesty International said today, after peaceful protesters ...
Malaysia's Prime Minister should be told during his UK visit this week that Saturday's violence against peaceful protesters was unacceptable.
The Malaysian authorities must immediately release hundreds of protesters arrested for taking part in a peaceful pro-reform rally in Kuala Lumpur.
Malaysian authorities responded to a peaceful rally for electoral reform in Kuala Lumpur today with mass arrests and excessive use of force, Amnesty International ...