‘Little progress made on manifesto’


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  • Tuesday, 07 May 2019

KUALA LUMPUR: The government has continued to backtrack on its election promises by a lack of progress on its reform commitments, say civil society groups.

The report “New Government, Old Tactics” by British human rights organisation Article 19 and international civil society organisation Civicus, found the government has made little progress on its election manifesto and has, in fact, backtracked on its other commitments.

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