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Malaysia Lacks Follow Through on Human Rights Reform

Phil Robertson, Deputy Director, Human Rights Watch Asia Division

15-Jan-20 19:05

Malaysia Lacks Follow Through on Human Rights Reform

The Human Rights Watch report for 2019 showed that Malaysia has made slow progress on human rights reforms and has even backtracked in certain areas.


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