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Wednesday, October 31, 2018

100 UMNO & PAS-LINKED PROTESTERS CARRY COFFIN TO PARLIAMENT TO FRIGHTEN MAHATHIR & CO – AND THEY SUCCEED! DR M BACKS DOWN, SAYS TO ‘DISCUSS WITH ALL RACES’ BEFORE SIGNING ‘ICERD’ DESPITE PLEDGE IN NEW YORK TO UPHOLD U.N. PRINCIPLES

About 100 representatives from Malay-Muslim NGOs today held a protest against Malaysia’s commitment to ratify the UN International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (Icerd).
Chanting calls for Muslims and Malays to unite against alleged attempts to threaten the sovereignty of race and religion, the group’s representatives gathered about a kilometre away from Parliament’s main gate.
“To hell with Icerd! Down with Icerd! We reject Icerd!” chanted the crowd as they lifted placards with similar messages warning against alleged attempts to sacrifice the nation’s sovereignty through ratification of the UN human rights convention.
The group also brought along a coffin that according to them symbolised the “death” of Malay-Muslims in the country.
Also seen were several Umno Youth grassroots members.
Among the Malay-Muslim NGOs involved in the protest were Muafakat, Isma, Gamis, PPIM and Perkid. – MKINI

Dr M: Gov’t to discuss ratifying Icerd with all races first

The government will seek to discuss the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (Icerd) with all races in the country before ratifying the treaty, said Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
The premier told reporters today that he had stated previously that adopting the convention would not be an easy task, as Malaysia is a multiracial country.
“We will sign it after we discuss (the matter) with all the races in Malaysia.
“I have mentioned in my speech (before this) that this (Icerd) would not be easy to be implemented in Malaysia because in Malaysia we have multiple races…everyone is sensitive towards certain issues.”
He was answering a reporter’s question after launching the National Policy on Industry 4.0 at the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) Tower in Kuala Lumpur.
The reporter had asked for Putrajaya’s stand on Icerd and whether it would ratify the convention by next year.
This had created uproar among several groups, including Umno Youth, who said that Icerd contradicted the Federal Constitution in terms of bumiputeras’ special rights and would sideline the Council of Rulers.
MKINI

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