Tenaganita: Commitment to fight against human trafficking is poor

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  • Friday, 01 Jul 2016

PETALING JAYA: Combating human trafficking is not a priority for Malaysians, said Tenaganita after a Trafficking in Persons report placed Malaysia on a tier-2 watch list for the second year in a row.

Tenaganita programme director Aegile Fernandez (pic) said the placing indicated how much effort Malaysia was making towards stopping human trafficking.

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