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Thursday, July 20, 2017

Amnesty condemns Putrajaya's trend of deporting human rights activists

Amnesty International has condemned what it described as a growing trend by Putrajaya to deport human rights activists.
This was after Bangladeshi human rights group Odhikar's secretary Adilur Rahman Khan was detained by immigration at Kuala Lumpur International Airport at 4am and is set to be deported.
"Adilur's detention is the latest in a series of cases where peaceful activists have been barred from entering the country, including Hong Kong political activist Joshua Wong, Indonesian human rights defender Mugiyanto Sipin and Singaporean political activist Han Hui Hui," said James Gomez, Amnesty International’s Director for Southeast Asia and the Pacific.
Adilur was to attend the National Conference on Death Penalty tomorrow.
Gomez called for Adilur's immediate release and that he be allowed to remain in Malaysia.
“The Malaysian authorities must immediately and unconditionally release Adilur Rahman Khan and allow him to participate in and speak at the conference.
“There is no justification for detaining him whatsoever. It is an outrage that a human rights activist cannot even travel freely to speak on a key human rights issue," he said.
Meanwhile, Suaram project coordinator Dobby Chew said the Malaysian Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) visited Adilur this evening.

"Suhakam visited Adilur and verifies that he is well and was not mistreated.
"But Adilur is to be deported. The reason for denying entry was not given," he said in a statement.
Chew said Adilur's mobile phone and passport were taken away from him while he was under detention.
"They have been returned and Adilur has been in contact with friends and family," he said.Earlier today, Suaram, accompanied by lawyers, had also gone to KLIA to find out about his detention. - Mkini

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