FCCM

Foreign Correspondents Club of Malaysia
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The FCCM is a non-profit organisation to aid foreign correspondents working in Malaysia. The club organises regular briefings, debates and receptions with government officials, politicians, leading civil society figures, business leaders, analysts, academics and authors, among other activities. Learn more

As some of you may have heard, the government has just come up with an order for all foreigners in the country who are here on social visit passes to leave by April 21, nine days from now.

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The Foreign Correspondents Club of Malaysia (FCCM) is concerned with the newly gazetted ordinance to combat "fake news" related to COVID-19 and the countryís ongoing state of emergency.

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The Foreign Correspondents' Club of Malaysia (FCCM) understands Parliament has limited media access to just 15 agencies for the upcoming November 2 to December 23 sitting.

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The Foreign Correspondents Club of Malaysia views with concern the police's raid on Al Jazeera's office in Kuala Lumpur over an episode of its 101 East series on Tuesday.

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The Foreign Correspondentsí Club of Malaysia (FCCM) notes a July 19 Bernama report titled ìKKMM checking whether Al Jazeera documentary received go ahead from FINAS - Saifuddinî (Link: https://www.bernama.com/en/news.php?id=1862178).

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The Foreign Correspondents' Club of Malaysia (FCCM) is honoured to host Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah for a Brew Your Own (BYO) Coffee Talk webcast entitled "Free(r) Press in Malaysia" this Sunday, May 3 in conjunction with World Press Freedom Day 2020.

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Join us, as at FCCM's briefing and panel discussion: ìMalaysia's Plastic Dumping Problem: Get Back to Where You Once Belonged?"

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FCCM has worked with local journalist groups to draft up a proposal on the media council for Malaysia. We are hopeful the draft contain elements that would help elevate journalism in this country.

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It has come to our attention that a proposal for such a council is being submitted to the government by a group of publishers in the media industry.

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The Foreign Correspondents' Club of Malaysia (FCCM) condemns a decision by a Myanmar court to sentence two Reuters reporters to seven years in prison after they were accused of violating a national secrets law.

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