Hundreds pay last respects to passionate activist Fernandez

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  • Friday, 04 Apr 2014

Prayers lead by the main priest during the funeral of the late Human Right's Activist Irene Fernandez at the Church of Divine Mercy in Shah Alam, April 3, 2014. Family members, friends and members of the public came to pay their last respect. GLENN GUAN/The Star

SHAH ALAM: Hundreds of relatives and friends of human rights activist Irene Fernandez gathered at the Church of Divine Mercy here yesterday to pay their last respects and honour the life of one of the country’s most passionate human rights activists.

Fernandez died of heart failure on March 31 at age 67.

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