The 2013 Annual Report on
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The Malaysian authorities must take immediate steps to end the alarming rate of reported deaths in custody, some as a result of torture or other ill-treatment.
In this letter Amnesty International and Suara Rakyat Malaysia (SUARAM) express their concern that recent plans announced by the Malaysian government do not ...
Open Letter ASA 28/006/2013
For the 17th session of Universal Periodic Review (UPR), Amnesty International has continued to focus on the paramount importance of implementation of the preceding ...
Report IOR 41/011/2013
Annual Report 2013. The state of the world's human rights. Read it now ...
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI index: ASA 28/004/2013. 21 May 2013. Malaysian student activist should be released immediately. ...
Public Statement ASA 28/004/2013
Mohd Hilmi Hasim has now been given access to his lawyers and was brought before a Kuala Lumpur High Court on 25 February.
Urgent Action ASA 28/002/2013
In this submission Amnesty International notes that Malaysia has failed to ratify a number of international human rights standards. The organization notes that ...
Report ASA 28/003/2013
Mohd Hilmi Hasim, one of the first people arrested under Malaysia's new security law, has been detained without charge and without access to lawyers since 7 February ...
Urgent Action ASA 28/001/2013
The Malaysian authorities must immediately release or formally charge two Malaysian men now detained under a repressive new security law.