Call for decriminalisation of suicide


A TOTAL of 468 suicide cases were reported across the country in the first five months of 2021. Compared to 631 cases reported in the whole of 2020, this higher number is a matter of grave concern.

Suicide was highlighted as a national crisis when the White Flag (Bendera Putih) Movement was initiated by ordinary

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