Its president, Azwanddin Hamzah, claimed members of parliament were receiving funds from foreigners. He declined to name them, claiming there were "too many involved to name".
He said he decided to propose the new law after exposing several issues concerning Suaram and its alleged funding by currency speculator George Soros.
He suggested that the new act should also prevent foreign incitement in local media, including internet portals.
JMM, he said, knew that foreign individuals did not want to see
have a strong economic development. "They just want to see the country in
political turmoil at all times. They also want to corrupt the minds of our
The government, he added, should also retract operating licences for media outlets and internet portals which were being funded by foreigners.