Wednesday, 17 July 2013

Decision to replace Sedition Act will not affect Gomen's power to deal with threats to national unity?

The PM under siege from his own and BN supporters announced a new Act to replace the Sedition Act:

Najib: Decision to replace Sedition Act will not affect Government’s power to deal with threats to national unity

Going by the enforcement of the new Public Assembly Act (Akta Perhimpunan Awam) which was not even respected by the opposition with so many illegal rallies in recent months..... I do not have much confidence nowadays in the assurances given by PM Najib. 

Not after he repealed the very Acts that had served to protect Malaysia's Security and Peace in the past such as the ISA and the Emergency Ordnance Act which was repealed by Najib without taking into consideration of the views of those who mainly voted for Barisan Nasional.

Talking about Najib's decision making here from the surrender of KTM land in Singapore, 1Malaysia, abolishment of PPSMI, repeal of ISA, EO, now the Sedition Act these are some interesting articles food for thought which ought to be read by Malaysians:

Penghinaan terhadap umat Islam salah Najib - Shahbudin Husin

Siapa yang dekati pope nasihatilah wakil beliau - A Kadir Jasin

Decisions makers in Ministry of Education are no-brainers - Lok Kong

Just wondering where PM Najib is leading Malaysia to or is he the right man to lead Malaysia?


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Anonymous said...

The Opposition is just leading the BN Government as led by UMNO with the 13 component parties by the nose. The BN won the 13th General Elections legitimately. It is time to return to normalcy and stop catering to the Opposition needs which is making a fool of the BN.

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Please read

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Please read also downgrades 3 Singapore banks, DBS, OCBC and UOB to NEGATIVE.