Malaysia: A historic opportunity: Ensuring an effective police commission in Malaysia
Changes in Malaysia’s government must spur, not stall, human rights reforms, including efforts to establish an independent police commission, Amnesty International said today. In a new briefing published today ahead of the July parliament session, the organization is calling on Malaysia to seize this historic opportunity to implement much-needed police reforms and at last establish the Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC), first envisioned 15 years ago.
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