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Some members of the major opposition party have expressed support for such a reform, most notably Latheefa Koya but this is not the official position of the party.No political party or elected member of Parliament has formally proposed such a reform.

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In 2000, he was sentenced to nine years for engaging in sodomy with his 19-year-old male chauffeur and his former male speech writer.

Despite national and international protests, he was not released until he had served out four years of his sentence, in 2004, when the Federal Court of Malaysia acquitted him of all charges.

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Although a High Court judge had granted permission in November 2011, the Federal Court ruled that it had done so erroneously.

In August 2016, the Kuala Lumpur High Court ordered the National Registration Department (NRD) to update a trans man’s information on his identity card to better reflect his gender identity and chosen name.

The judge argued that "the plaintiff has a precious constitutional right to life under Article 5(1) of the Federal Constitution, and the concept of life under Article 5 must necessarily encompass the plaintiff’s right to live with dignity as a male and be legally accorded judicial recognition as a male." The NRD subsequently appealed the ruling.

Malaysia was one of the Asian countries polled with the least acceptance, in front of only Indonesia and Pakistan with 3% and 2%, respectively.

On 8 October 2015, the Federal Court of Malaysia overturned the ruling on procedural grounds.