Where’s national human rights action plan, asks Suhakam


Desmond Davidson

Suhakam chairman Razali Ismail says we don’t have a culture of fear in Malaysia but there are good reasons for some people to come to that conclusion. – The Malaysian Insight pic, August 7, 2017.

THE Malaysian Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) today asked the government what happened to the national human rights action plan after it submitted a proposal years ago.

“We gave our feedback to the proposal years ago and today, we are still waiting (for it),” commission chairman Razali Ismail told reporters at a get-together in Kuching.


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