Drawing Until the Last Drop of Ink

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Malaysia 27 Jan 2016 16:48

The government of Malaysia does not find Zunar’s drawings amusing. But his satirical drawings denouncing official corruption and electoral fraud have made him a widely known figure in the country. He is waging a high profile war against the prime minister Najib Razak, even though the authorities are making efforts to ban his work.

Zunar, 53, faces nine charges sedition over a serie of tweets he posted last February in which he criticized the controversial court ruling sentencing the opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim to five years in prison. Zunar is currently free on bail, but faces a possible sentence of up to 43 years in jail. “In Malaysia they treat me as a criminal, “ he claims.

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Kuala Lumpur
By Ana Salvá
27 Jan 2016

Cartoon by artist Sukhbir Cheema

Drawn in response to Najib's U-turn on his promise to repeal the Sedition Act.

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Kuala Lumpur
By Ana Salvá
27 Jan 2016

Cartoon by Sukhbir Cheema

Cartoonist reaction to ISMA telling Muslims not to wish Christians Merry Christmas.

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malaysia political cartoons 04
Kuala Lumpur
By Ana Salvá
27 Jan 2016

Cartoon by Zunar

BN is the ruling party in Malaysia, so the title "Pirate of Carry BN" explains all. The big hair is the caricature of the wife of the prime minister.

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malaysia political cartoons 05
Kuala Lumpur
By Ana Salvá
27 Jan 2016

Cartoon by Zunar

Prime minister & wife linked with a major corruption scandal, worth USD700 million (equal to RM 1.2 billion Malaysian money). The cartoon show that the couple got billions, while the people get very little.