Climate strike: Parents, children and students demand a better, haze-free future

Annabelle Lee

Modified 21 Sep 2019, 3:42 pm

Mohd Faziri Mohd Zaid and his two young children were among the 600 people at this afternoon’s Malaysia Climate Strike in Kuala Lumpur.

Braving the haze and the risk of violating the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012’s 21-year-old minimum age for attendees, he believed it was necessary to protest environmental destruction and its effects for the sake of his family.

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