Khadijah who survived the rigorous internship programme at Pusat Rakyat LB discusses the possible benefits of prosecution guidelines to the discourse on freedom of expression in Malaysia. Although the Attorney-General announced that he was dropping the sedition charge against Professor Azmi Sharom in February 2016, the ubiquity of the Sedition Act 1948 left a bitter […]
It is illogical that Dr Azmi intends to incinerate the fabric of society
The iron claws of the Sedition Act has entered the doors of the universities
A court judgment has the full transcript
LoyarBurok is giving away a free ebook on Malaysia’s Sedition Act and freedom of expression
Aerie Rahman feels a chill sweeping into London from Malaysia.
Is it justifiable if the Government were to use the ISA or Sedition Act on the likes of Ridhuan Tee and Ibrahim Ali? Should we laud such an action?
Pondering why the Attorney General Chambers of 1Malaysia (1AG) has not yet charged Datuk Nasir Safar under the Sedition Act 1948 and its relevance to the Federal Court decision of Lim Guan Eng v PP  2 CLJ 541.
I write this article so as to apprise the people who, in the mind of the general public, have taken the law into their own hands through the harassment of law abiding citizens of this country with the threat of using the Sedition Act 1948 on them. They should not have done it without first […]