"We don’t know where “national security” really ends, which means we don’t know where the jurisdiction of this Council really ends. For all intents and purposes, this Council seems empowered over anything and everything it thinks is covered by the phrase “national security.”
What you should know about the NSC Bill or Bil Majlis Keselamatan Negara:
#Infographics [Updated version] What you should know about the new National Security Bill? https://t.co/4mQiOASf9M pic.twitter.com/rq5OF8f9Au— Charles Santiago (@mpklang) December 3, 2015
#NoNSCBill memorandum by Malaysian civil society. Stop the #dictatorshipbill! pic.twitter.com/X5U2zs9zoJ— EMPOWER (@empowermalaysia) December 3, 2015
Why the NSC Bill should scare the living daylights out of you https://t.co/RviT9cZKQg scared me alright, you should be scared too!— eddydaud. (@eddydaud) December 3, 2015
Please read Article 150 of our Perlembagaan. A Bill which could effectively usurp the powers of the Yang DiPertuan Agung under the Constitution should never be allowed!
I think the NSC Bill should define clearly what are the 'National Security' events envisaged by the Government.— eddydaud. (@eddydaud) December 3, 2015
I would listen to Syahredzan if I were you, he warned us about possible abuse of SOSMA....And he was proven correct: