freedom of speech Tag

THE MEDIA MUST STOP SENSATIONALISING THE NEWS AND NOT AVOID REAL ISSUES I refer to the headline printed on the front page of yesterday’s (29 Jan) Star newspaper that reads ‘A Greed Tragedy’. The headline was about the tragic death of two women during a free...

Using the Sedition Act against the three individuals for remarks against the former Yang di-Pertuan Agong is not the way to deal with freedom of expression which is enshrined in the Federal Constitution. The arrest clearly goes against the reforms promised by the Pakatan Harapan...

The investigation of student activist Asheeq Ali Sethi Alivi under the Sedition Act 1948 is another reminder that we are still in need of crucial reform. Placing Asheeq under investigation for Sedition is totally unnecessary and a violation of his fundamental right to free speech. This very...