Calls for PM to tackle hate speech, threats against Rohingya refugees

Modified 11 May 2020, 4:44 am

A group of 84 human rights organisations have urged Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin to address the hate speech and violent threats made against Rohinga refugees in the country.

In a joint letter to the premier, Article 19's head of Asia programme Matthew Bugher said that immediate action is needed to reduce the risk of violent conflict....

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