Selain daripada Rusia dan China yang secara terang-terangan melarang mereka, India juga melaksanakanna.
Malah, India, yang merupakan negara demokrasi terbesar di dunia telah menyiasat mereka dan mendapati mereka “berbahaya” sebelum meletakkan mereka ke dalam senarai pemerhatian dan melarang mereka daripada menghantar dana tanpa kelulusan Kementerian Dalam Negeri.
So, why are “activists” in Malaysia so angry that our Govt is investigating Soros-linked parties?
Jadi, kenapa “aktivis” di Malaysia begitu marah apabila Kerajaan menyiasat pihak yang ada kaitan dengan George Soros?
THREE AMERICAN NGOS, INCLUDING ONE PATRONISED BY GEORGE SOROS, PUT ON GOVERNMENT WATCH LIST
08 Jun, 2016
NEW DELHI: Days before Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for a US-plus-four nations visit, his government put three US-based non-governmental organisations (NGOs) on the watch list.
This includes an NGO patronised by billionaire global investor George Soros.
This means donors can no longer send money directly to these outfits in India. Prior clearance from the home ministry will be required.
Officials said the three US-based NGOs were put under the scanner after security agencies raised “some serious concerns”.
A senior official said while details of the security agency report were confidential, the broad concern was that these NGOs were active participants in “protests and rallies of anti-national nature”.
With these three added to the watch list, the total number of NGOs being closely monitored by the government has risen to 18.
Open Society, of which Soros is a patron, donates to NGOs working in the realms of media, rights and justice, and education, its website says. World Movement for Democracy, according to its website, works closely with civil society and in the past had donated money to Indian NGOs.
National Endowment for Democracy, meanwhile, describes itself as a non-profit foundation dedicated to the growth and strengthening of democratic institutions around the world.
The home ministry also recently suspended the FCRA registration of senior advocate Indira Jaising’s NGO, Lawyers Collective, for six months.
Officials said Jaising’s NGO received money from US-based NGOs. Jaising has said the government is “misusing” FCRA.