SUARAM is a private limited company registered with the the Companies Commission of Malaysia (CCM) instead of the Register of Societies (ROS).Read here.
How could human rights NGO be registered under the Companies Act, which regulate entity that have its objective the acquisition of gain. For all intents and purposes SUARAM should be considered a society and registered under ROS.
What are the objectives in the MOA, does it include dabbling in politics, which is what it is actively involved in and pursuing right now?
Obviously, the people behind the company have broken the law and like any other lawbreakers they should face the music.
As usual the opposition and its hound dogs would hit back at the government and the prime minister accusing him of using intimidation and harassment by the authority.
Malaysia Chronicle and its obsequiously-assed journo has her craps here.
Read to you heart's content, this is not pro-oppositions blog but we want you to read what the oppositions write.If SUARAM can get those documents, you mean the Malaysian Special Branch could not lay their hands on such documents?
Wong Choon Mei, please get your head wired to the right conduit!
Don't give those jokers too much credit for such an expensive sleuth work which requires millions of ringgit to finance and the account books showed pittance collected over the years. Where the money coming from?
Listen to the political motivation of the speaker.
The CCM and the IRD need to know where you get so much money to finance such extensive and expensive investigative works in Europe.
You can fool the kampong folks and those educated fools but you can't fool people who had done extensive business and travel in Europe. Nothing is cheap and nothing is free when dealing with Europeans, more so with lawyers.
A raid on SUARAM's office is justified.
A raid by officers of CCM of SUARAM office was aborted due to a faulty search warrant.Trust our civil servant for knowing their stuff, more often than not, they are the source of more trouble and an embarrassment to the government.
Many of you who had run or is running a business know what happened when you failed to comply with requirements under the Companies Act.
Like any company that broke the law where the directors are charged and fined, the charges against SUARAM are far greater than the normal misdemeanour and striking off the company is justifiable.