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FCCM calls for Myanmar Reuters reporters to be released

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.

Statement on Developments regarding the Anti-Fake News Act

The Foreign Correspondents Club of Malaysia (FCCM) shares the concerns raised by our fellow journalists in Malaysia over the comments by Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad on the Anti-Fake News Act 2018 (AFNA) which his Pakatan Harapan (PH)...

Statement on Malaysia's Anti-Fake News bill 2018

We call on Malaysian lawmakers to consider all the concerns raised by media before voting on the Bill today. In addition to this, the FCCM is concerned about the lack of clarity on how fake news is defined in the bill. The new law proposes that...

Leadership in the Final Push Towards Vision 2020

The Foreign Correspondents Club of Malaysia is honoured to host former Prime Minister YAB Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad as the nation heads into the last developmental plan before Vision 2020 - conceived in 1991 by YAB Tun, Malaysia's longest-serving...

Coffee Talk...

Guna and his team at business news portal Kinibiz have been writing extensively on the troubled state-owned company. 1MDB most recently took a loan from the government after racking up over 40 billion ringgit in liabilities, raising concerns that...

Statement on Arrest of TMI Editors

We in no way vouch for the veracity of the article and welcome all stakeholders to hold journalists up to good ethical standards. Should there be any question of law, we accept that the police have a role to play in investigations.

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