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Amnesty International welcomed the release of six political activists, but called on the Malaysian authorities to free thousands of other detainees held ...
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 ...
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 ...
Six Malaysian activists detained under an emergency law are now being held in a secret location, which heightens their risk of torture and other ill-treatment ...
Urgent Action ASA 28/004/2011
An opposition MP and five other activists calling for reform to Malaysia's electoral system have been detained without charge, and are at risk of torture ...
Urgent Action ASA 28/003/2011
In this open letter, Amnesty International and other human rights organizations raise serious concerns about the escalating harassment, intimidation, ...
Open Letter ASA 28/002/2011
More than 100 have been arrested or questioned ahead of a reform rally, with 30 now accused of "waging war against the king.".