How to solve statelessness while pushing amendments to remove citizenship rights, home minister asked
Home Minister Saifuddin Nasution Ismail's call for a 'win-win situation' baffles rights lawyers who are against the controversial move.
Decision of govt, not rulers, Bersatu slams Anwar on amendments to citizenship laws
Bersatu calls for a halt to the narrative attributing responsibility to the Conference of Rulers.
Don't pass the constitutional amendment buck to rulers
These amendments to the constitution relating to the granting of citizenship were proposed by Anwar Ibrahim’s Madani government and did not arise from the Conference of Rulers.
Dear home minister, the stateless are not 'migrants and others'
Lawyers for Liberty takes Saifuddin Nasution Ismail to task over his defence of proposed amendments to the Federal Constitution relating to citizenship laws.
Putrajaya pushes on with plan to remove citizenship protection for abandoned kids, disadvantaged groups
Experts and activists have urged the government against bundling five 'regressive' amendments with the much welcomed amendment to grant equal rights to Malaysian mothers.
Lawyers urge Anwar’s govt to intervene in plight of 4 siblings denied citizenship
They say the prime minister has a moral duty to help them.
On Merdeka eve, govt warned against proceeding with 'cruel' amendments to citizenship laws
Two lawyers and two activists join hands in urging Putrajaya to stop the plan which they say will create a new class of stateless people including children.
Proposed amendments to citizenship laws to be presented to rulers after state polls
Law minister Azalina Othman Said says the government is preparing a document on the proposed amendments to Part III and the First and Second Schedules of the Federal Constitution.
Don't feign ignorance, rights group tells Anwar on amendments to citizenship laws
Lawyers for Liberty says the prime minister has only commented on equal citizenship for children born overseas to Malaysian women, and not the amendments affecting stateless children.
In Felda settlement, hope fades for young brothers as citizenship wait stretches on
Wong Hao Xuan and Wong Hao Chen applied for citizenship six years ago but have yet to see any progress on the home ministry front.
Waiting and hoping for citizenship
Wong Choo Kian's family has lived in a Felda settlement for four generations but both of his young sons are considered stateless.
Think of the children: A call on citizenship
Malaysia Madani will not succeed if it fails to protect our children.