CNRP vice-president Mu Sochua confirmed on Thursday evening that she has been released from detention at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
Sochua spoke briefly to VOD to say that she was no longer being held by Malaysian immigration authorities following her arrival from Jakarta on Wednesday night. She said she was currently too busy and could not elaborate on the release or where she was headed.
Human Rights Watch deputy Asia director Phil Robertson said Sochua had been released from immigration detention and permitted to enter Malaysia.
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