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Pada 28 November 2013, saya menyertai perbahasan bajet peringkat jawatankuasa Kementerian Pelancongan dan Kebudayaan, dan saya membangkitkan isu seorang warga Kenya yang bernama John Kimani Ngure yang dihantar balik oleh pihak Imigresen KLIA pada 25 Oktober 2013 tanpa apa-apa alasan. Saya membangkitkan kes John Kimani Ngure dalam perbahasan saya seperti berikut:

Press statement by Teresa Kok, MP for Seputeh and Vice Chairperson of Democratic Action Party on 17 February 2013 at Kuala Lumpur ——————————————— I am appalled that Australian senator Nick Xenophon was detained at LCCT and deported when he tried to enter into Malaysia yesterday. Elections Commission Deputy Chairman Datuk Wan Ahmad is again showing […]

PERBAHASAN BAJET 2013 PERINGKAT KAWATANKUASA KEMENTERIAN LUAR NEGERI —————————————————————————————-  JAWAPAN BERTULIS KEPADA YB SEPUTEH Kementerian Luar Negeri mengambil maklum dan mengucapkan terima kasih kepada kenyataan dan cadangan yang diberikan.   Isu Tindakan Wisma Putra Memanggil Duta Asing Pejabat-pejabat Kedutaan Asing di Malaysia mempunyai peranan yang amat penting dalam menjalinkan hubungan baik antara negara masing-masing dengan […]

  Last Wednesday I was lucky enough to be able to get a spot to debate the Foreign Affairs Ministry allocation at committee stage of Budget 2013. I suggested the government allow Rohingiya refugees to work legally in Malaysia. I also criticised our Foreign Minister for picking on Singapore when many foreign diplomats have been […]

The High Court in Australia has ruled against the Federal Government’s refugee swap deal with Malaysia, throwing into doubt the future of the scheme. The deal was put on hold following a challenge from two asylum seekers who were scheduled to be among the first to be transferred to Malaysia from Christmas Island. Lawyers for […]

By Shazwan Mustafa Kamal August 11, 2011 KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 11 — DAP’s Teresa Kok has demanded Putrajaya call off its planned refugee swap with Australia, and charged today that the government had compromised national security by “blindly accepting” 800 boatpeople rejected by Australia. Under the Malaysia deal, Australia will send to Malaysia 800 asylum […]

Selangor exco Teresa Kok criticises Malaysia and Australia for treating human lives as a money making commodity. By G Vinod, August 11, 2011 PETALING JAYA: The refugee swap deal between Malaysia and Australia is nothing more than state sanctioned human trafficking, said Selangor exco and state DAP leader Teresa Kok. Referring to a statement by […]

Press statement by Teresa Kok, Selangor State Senior EXCO for Investment, Industry & Trade, Member of Parliament for Seputeh and DAP National Organising Secretary in Shah Alam on 11 August 2011 Hishammuddin compromises Malaysia’s national security by his blind acceptance of 800 boat people rejected by Australia Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein’s callous support of the […]

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