The groups' spokesperson Dzulkarnain Taib (left), who lodged a police report on the matter today, said Suaram's plans were akin to inviting foreigners to meddle in Malaysia's affairs.
"As a sovereign state, Malaysia is capable of taking care of its own affairs. We don't need foreigners to judge us," said Dzulkarnain, who is president of Kelab Wartawan Muda Malaysia.
As such, he said the Home Ministry must ensure that the two lawyers - William Bourdon and Joseph Breham - are barred from entering the country.
According to Suaram executive director Cynthia Gabriel, Bourdon and Breham will be in Malaysia in November and that their visa applications are pending.
Their purpose is to brief Malaysian lawmakers on the progress of French investigations into alleged corruption in the sale of two Scorpene submarines to Malaysia.
Others involved in filing the police report were Malay Consultative Council member Shahbudin Embun and Jaringan Melayu Malaysia president Azwanddin Hamzah.
On Oct 5, Dzulkarnain lodged a police report against opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim and three Pakatan parliamentarians on the same issue.
Last week, the same groups claimed that French judiciary had"completely rejected" Suaram's application as a plaintiff, thus the group did not have the right to bring up the matter.
However, Bourdon had declared that the Tribunal de Grande Instance convened a criminal inquiry, in which (Malaysian human rights group) Suaram has been accepted as a civil party since March 2012.