GEORGE TOWN: The Penang government’s move to impose restrictions on the sale of properties in the state is illegal, said Gerakan national legal and human rights bureau head Baljit Singh. He said the National Land Code would have to be revised first before the new regulation could be enacted. “Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng cannot just pass the ruling at the state legislative assembly level as there’s nothing in…
KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 10: Gerakan Vice President Dr Dominic Lau Hoe Chai in a statement today welcomed Sultan of Selangor, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah’s decision to maintain Saturday and Sunday as rest days for the state. In the media statement to The Malaysian Times (TMT), Lau praised the Sultan’s move as a smart decision in not pursuing religious duty at the expense of the nation’s economic development. “It is obvious…
(吉隆坡10日讯)民政党副主席刘华才博士欢迎雪州苏丹色拉胡丁殿下不修改官方周休日决定,并赞扬苏丹明智决策,不因宗教义务而影响国家经济发展。他在文告说,雪州苏丹的决定不仅对雪州各层面发展带来正面影响,也让大马在面对全球化和国际贸易领域起了积极作用。他认同殿下所言,即各宗教组织不应该及不能干涉其他宗教事务,如非穆斯林不应该牵涉穆斯林事宜、佛教不应该介入基督教事务等,而在考虑实施伊斯兰教规时,也应该不影响以非穆斯林的生活和…
(吉隆坡10日马新社讯)民政党副主席刘华才博士欢迎雪州苏丹色拉胡丁殿下不修改官方周休日决定,并赞扬苏丹明智决策,不因宗教义务而影响国家经济发展。 他在文告说,雪州苏丹的决定不仅对雪州各层面发展带来正面影响,也让大马在面对全球化和国际贸易领域起了积极作用。 他认同殿下所言,即各宗教组织不应该及不能干涉其他宗教事务,如非穆斯林不应该牵涉穆斯林事宜、佛教不应该介入基督教事务等,而在考虑实施伊斯兰教规时,也应该不影响以非穆斯…
9 December 2013 (Monday) 10:00am Venue: PGRM HQ Today, Gerakan launched a signature campaign in conjunction with World Human Rights Day 2013 calling for the abolishment of the Death Penalty. Among reasons given are as follows.  1) Only 58 countries remaining in the world still retaining the death penalty. 2) It is not effective as a deterrent and 3) it is cruel, inhuman and degrading. Gerakan proposed a separate “life-term”…
KUALA LUMPUR: Gerakan today launched its anti-death penalty campaign in a bid to abolish the controversial law in Malaysia. Party president Mah Siew Keong said his party aims to collect at least 100,000 signatures against capital punishment. “Many studies have shown that the death penalty does not deter crime effectively,” he said during the launch of the campaign at Gerakan headquarters here. “We are involved in this petition because need…
KUALA LUMPUR: In conjunction with World Human Rights Day 2013 today, Gerakan has launched a ‘100,000 Signatures Campaign’ to call for the abolishment of the death penalty. Party president Datuk Mah Siew Keong said the campaign would be held for three months, beginning yesterday, to collect public signatures before submitting them, together with a memorandum, to the attorney-general and the Prime Minister’s Department for further action. He said the campaign…
Gerakan is targeting to collect some 100,000 signatures through its anti-death penalty campaign, in a bid to abolish the controversial law in Malaysia. Its President, Datuk Mah Siew Keong said, Malaysia is one of several countries which still imposes capital punishment, despite the call by the United Nations to abolish the death penalty. The party proposed that the death penalty should instead be replaced with life imprisonment, with or without…
KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 9 (Bernama) -- In conjunction with World Human Rights Day 2013 tomorrow, Gerakan has launched a '100,000 Signatures Campaign' to call for the abolishment of the death penalty. Party president Datuk Mah Siew Keong said the campaign would be held for three months, beginning today, to collect public signatures before submitting them, together with a memorandum, to the attorney-general and the Prime Minister's Department for further action.…
KUALA LUMPUR 9 Dis. - Parti Gerakan menggesa kerajaan supaya hukuman mati dimansuhkan dan digantikan dengan penjara seumur hidup. Presidennya, Datuk Mah Siew Keong berkata, hukuman mati dianggap sangat kejam serta tidak berperikemanusiaan, malah dikhuatiri mungkin menghukum pesalah yang tidak berdosa. Jelas beliau, kajian menunjukkan hukuman mati juga tidak berjaya mengurangkan kadar jenayah di negara-negara yang masih mengamalkannya. "Gerakan merasakan hukuman mati bukan satu jalan penyelesaian bagi mengurangkan jenayah di…

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