Civil society groups are criticising the Immigration Department’s plan to deport 1,200 Myanmar nationals this week, saying that it could put their lives at risk given the political turmoil in their home country. BFM speaks to Amnesty International Malaysia executive director Katrina Jorene Maliamauv for her insights.
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