The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has called on Malaysia to review the Sedition Act and to repeal or amend it in line with its international human rights obligations, reports the UN News...
Category: Civil Society Voices
Gabungan Bertindak Malaysia (GBM) warns that, seemingly dominated by Umno hardliners, the Najib government is pushing Malaysia to the brink of political chaos with the expanding Sedition Act dragnet.
More than two dozen NGOs from across Asia have written to Prime Minister Najib Razak to express serious concern over the Malaysian government’s clampdown on freedom of expression using the Sedition Act 1948.
One hundred and twenty five civil society groups have rallied together to endorse the formation of a new movement to push for the repeal of the Sedition Act.
The Thai Lawyers for Human Rights has call for an end to martial law in Thailand and insists that no one should be subjected to arrest and detention via the invocation of martial law.