'Malaysia must lead Asean on Rohingya crisis'


(From left) Iftikhar Rashid, Prof Romel Zaman, Prof Emeritus Marika Vicziany and Prof Greg Barton at an international conference in Melbourne, Australia. – The Malaysian Insight pic, December 16, 2017.

ASEAN must end its principle of non-interference in the internal affairs of a member state and get tough with Myanmar over the Rohingya crisis, experts said at an international conference in Melbourne, Australia. 

Malaysia should take the lead, given that it bears the brunt of the human migration crisis out of Myanmar, the experts on South Asian and Southeast Asian affairs said.


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  • Malaysia has lost its voice and respect in the international arena. No countries have trust with Malaysia due to its never ending scandals and human rights abuse by its leaders. Ruling party are feeding its people with false news and threat all those who voice out the truth. Those who dare are taken actions. Malaysians are suffering and the leaders are denying all these single day. GE14 is the time the people power will wipe out BN. only corrupted countries befriend Malaysia. Malaysia credentials have stumbled from bad to worse.

    Posted 2 years ago by Chin Chai