Pushing The Green Agenda Through Parti Hijau Malaysia
Abdul Razak Ismail, Pro-tem Secretary-General, Green Party Malaysia
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Parti Hijau Malaysia or the Green Party of Malaysia is the new kid on the block, focussed on highlighting environmental issues in Malaysia, and protecting forest reserves. Highly vocal on issues surrounding the degazettement of forest reserves in Selangor, the party is hoping that the Registrar of Societies (ROS) will approve their application before the next Selangor state election is called, so they can contest in the upcoming polls. We speak to Abdul Razak Ismail, the pro-tem secretary-general of the Green Party of Malaysia, and former secretary of the PKR veterans’ group Otai Reformis 1998, about the issues they are championing, with a focus on the Bukit Cherakah and Bukit Lagong forest reserves.
Produced by: Juliet Jacobs
Presented by: Juliet Jacobs
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Categories: politics, government, environment, corruption, Law/Activism, controversies
Tags: Green Party Malaysia, Parti Hijau Malaysia, Otai Reformis 1998, selangor state elections, the bigger picture, earth matters, deforestation, selangor government, reform agenda, forest degazettement,