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Respect the rights of migrants — Malaysian Bar Council

Respect the rights of migrants — Malaysian Bar Council

December 18, 2017

DECEMBER 18 — On this International Migrants Day — which is observed on 18 December annually — the Malaysian Bar acknowledges and salutes the indefatigable spirit and courage of all migrant workers. Malaysia hosts more than two million documented migrant workers, and a large number of undocumented migrants, estimated at between two million and five million persons in formal and informal sectors. The Malaysian Bar welcomes the adoption of the Asean Consensus on the Protection... Read more

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