Time to stand up and be counted


A lot more has to be done to improve human rights in our country. Malaysians need to band together to subdue undemocratic forces in a democratic way.

THE Pakatan Harapan government came to power on the promise to improve the human rights situation in the country. Fifteen months after GE14, how does the scorecard read? Commenting objectively on the state of human rights is never easy because any fair evaluation requires a historian’s perspective, a lawyer’s acumen, a politician’s insight, a philosopher’s vision and the executive’s experience.

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