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Why Our Racial Discrimination Laws Don't Apply Between Citizens

Syahredzan Johan, Civil Liberties Lawyer

24-Dec-20 17:00

Why Our Racial Discrimination Laws Don't Apply Between Citizens

In a recent forum on racial discrimination in the rental market, lawyer Syahredzan Johan noted that our laws on racial discrimination do not apply between citizens and within the private sector. We speak with him to find out more.

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Produced by: Loo Juosie

Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn


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