Penang exco wants authorities to take violence against women seriously

Susan Loone

Modified 27 May 2020, 8:13 am

A Penang executive councillor has expressed deep shock, saying she was saddened by the vicious online attacks against two of her fellow women leaders.

Chong Eng said her comrades were victimised by sexist and racist remarks.

"They were also threatened with rape and murder. I condemn these shameful acts of violence," said the exco for women and family development, gender inclusiveness and religions other than Islam...

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