Tag: Home Ministry
Minister says undocumented migrants will be given five months to voluntarily leave the country after paying a RM700 compound, without risking arrest.
False information recorded in Immigration system to obtain temporary work visas, says Auditor-General
A dozen more organisations voice concern over conflict of interest and foot-dragging by the authorities.
Home Minister Muhyiddin Yassin says the task force will probe the case of activist Amri Che Mat first.
The home ministry says the plan will involve federal and state agencies, local councils and kampung councils.
Home ministry says only 37 individuals from that country were granted citizenship over the past year.
Home Minister says no official request has been made, and the matter is a 'sensitive subject' to some people.
The ministry rebuts claims made by Suhakam commissioner Aishah Bidin concerning laws such as Sosma, Poca and the Peaceful Assembly Act
Deputy Prime Minister Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail says the government has the platform to address this issue through the Sabah Foreigners Management Committee.
Home Minister Muhyiddin Yassin says despite the financial constraints, the government will ensure the security and well-being of Sabahans.
The home minister informs National Registration Department to be transparent and inform applicants if documents submitted are incomplete.
Deputy Home Minister Azis Jamman says this is to avoid flip-flops in the future.
Deputy Home Minister Azis Jamman confirms Peaceful Assembly Act 2012 will see changes.
Only two types of fireworks are allowed by law.
It says publication contains elements which are supportive and sympathetic towards communists.
Deputy Home Minister Azis Jamman says the majority of these come from Indonesia, India and China.
One of the organisers says they have been suffering without the documents for many years.
Deputy Home Minister Azis Jamman says the first patrol car was dispatched as early as 2.50am and the FRU reached the scene around 3am.
A Bangladeshi newspaper says the previous government was responsible for the setting up of a 'monopoly' to bring in workers from Bangladesh.
The authorities appear to spare English books on controversial religious issues, but have no qualms about banning similar books in Malay, say two activists.
Human rights lawyers criticise Azis Jamman for ordering cops to arrest those claiming citizenship forms are distributed to illegals in Sabah.
Klang MP Charles Santiago says MIC vice-president T Mohan and former prime minister Najib Razak should stop 'jumping' on the issue.
A special committee to review laws such as Sosma will take their views into account, assures the home ministry.
He says there was no such instruction from him and this was a ministry matter.