Sodomy remains a crime in Malaysia, punishable by up to 20 years in prison under a British colonial-era law. Political staffer Haziq Aziz released a Malay-language message on Facebook in the early hours of Wednesday, alleging that the video does indeed depict him and the minister. Sodomy is a crime in the country, under a British Empire colonial era law. On Thursday, the top cleric of central Pahang state was quoted in The Star newspaper as saying the state would also amend its Islamic laws to allow for action against homosexual-related activities. A political staffer alleges a leaked video depicts him and a minister in bed together Homosexuality remains punishable by up to 20 years prison in Malaysia The party denies knowledge of the video saying it "rejects dirty political games".
Nevertheless, the aide, who wanted to remain anonymous, said:
The DRV also sees growth in the number of Germans booking cruises. Nation Wednesday, 6 Mar 4: Seksualiti Merdeka, meaning "Independent Sexuality", is an annual festival consisting of talks, performances, screenings, workshops, and forums to promote sexuality rights as a human right, to empower marginalised individuals and communities, and to create platforms for advocacy. Parti Sosialis Malaysia is the only political party to openly support and defend the rights of LGBT people alongside other minority rights.
A contrasting political force is the "People's Anti-Homosexual Voluntary Movement", created in to lobby for stricter criminal laws against homosexuality.