'A tale of two protests'

Modified 2 May 2010, 12:23 pm

A little over a week ago, on Saturday, April 24, a group of concerned Malaysians living in London came together outside the Malaysian Tourism Office in Trafalgar Square to protest peacefully against Malaysia's Internal Security Act (ISA) and the rampant social injustices being perpetuated by the current ruling regime.

This marked the beginning of a series of monthly demonstrations planned to remind the Malaysian government and the international community of Malaysia's appalling human rights record, and the need for Malaysia to take its human rights obligations and responsibilities seriously.

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