Forum panellists say the gov't needs to come up with a progressive, inclusive narrative in response.
'We will urge none other than to have the Parliament dissolved,' says the Umno man.
‘Now, I want to do something on the ground,' says Razali Ismail.
COMMENT | Only after extensive debate should be matter be brought before Parliament.
COMMENT |The gov't's U-turns on ICERD and the Rome Statute signify our entry into an Age of Mass Ignorance.
Khairy believes gov't could have ratified the treaty, but only after 'softening the ground' first.
COMMENT | Reading political news is like viewing a political drama.
YOURSAY | ‘If you don’t want migrants, create laws to stop them from coming – not abuse them when they are here.'
COMMENT | These stories deal with marginalised communities or issues that provoke strong reactions.
Forum told that civil society groups abandoned their 'opposition mode' by choosing to work with gov't.
COMMENT | It is a fundamental fallacy to argue that our country's situation doesn't allow for equality and dignity for all.
Teh Hoong Keat says this would prevent extremists from using religion and race for political ends.
Ex-deputy minister takes a dig at Maszlee Malik, claims rally was 'largest assembly in M'sian history'.
KL police chief says this is an offence under Section 4(2)(f) of the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012.
Improving people's livelihood is Harapan's best weapon, adds the finance minister.
UPDATED 4.07PM | Without Mahathir there, more people turned up, says Suhakam chair Razali Ismail.
COMMENT | After yet another mass rally in KL, no worst fears came to pass.
COMMENT | What kind of history, or rather whose history, are we going to pass down to future generations?
Dr M says this is because UN treaty does not allow gov't to provide affirmative action based on race.