Monday, 20 August 2018
Kampung

draconian laws

1. Misrepresentation of SOSMA and POCA Must Stop
(Compass Points/Current Affairs)
... nature of the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (SOSMA), the Prevention of Crime Act 1959, the Prevention of Terrorism Act 2015 and other similar draconian laws. Since Tun Mahathir Mohamad’s ...
Tuesday, 31 July 2018
2. Two Open Letters to All Papas and Mamas
(Jati Diri/Here and Now)
... afraid of getting caught! But she also fears that, in the future, her children are allowed to be detained under draconian laws without any reason! She also fears her children will lose their freedom of ...
Thursday, 26 April 2012
3. A Leap Year, A Leap of Faith?
(Jati Diri/Here and Now)
... us with good governance? Will the draconian laws that shackle our freedom be repealed? Or will they be replaced by equally inane laws that curb our civil liberties? Will we be able to ride out the ...
Wednesday, 04 January 2012
4. Of Scapegoats and the Boogeyman
(Jati Diri/Here and Now)
... and understand the implication of such laws over our lives. Once we are aware of it, then we know that these draconian laws are not needed in Malaysia.” Increasingly, the public’s freedom of expression, ...
Wednesday, 27 July 2011
... last. Unfortunately, the number has grown. Draconian laws continue….  As long as we are living in this kind of scenario, in fear , we are not ‘Merdeka’.”     A poignant moment : in the ...
Wednesday, 20 July 2011
6. Bring back the old, truly Malaysian, days
(Compass Points/Current Affairs)
... for the repeal of the ISA and the OSA. These draconian laws have been used, more often than not, as political tools rather than instruments of national security. They create a climate of fear. I ask ...
Sunday, 05 December 2010
... slaves, living in peace merely out of fear of draconian laws or ethnic riots. Neither were we meant to exercise our freedom irresponsibly and heartlessly to cause or ignore misery of our brothers and sisters. ...
Tuesday, 14 September 2010
8. We were once 'Malaysians'
(Compass Points/Current Affairs)
 'I ask you in joining me in calling for the repeal of the ISA (Internal Security Act) and the OSA (Official Secrets Act). These draconian laws have been used, more often than not, as political tools rather ...
Saturday, 31 July 2010
9. A Constitution of Consensus
(Compass Points/Current Affairs)
... that parties and governments answer to the people, and not vice versa, they want a repeal of draconian laws, and they have lost patience with corruption. They seek accountability, justice and rule of law. ...
Friday, 16 October 2009
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