Amnesty International calls on the Malaysian authorities to release five government critics arrested in the last two days, or charge them with recognizable criminal offences.
Day: May 6, 2009
By Wong Chin Huat PAS is now at the most important historical juncture in its 58-year life.
Persatuan Kesedaran Komuniti Selangor (Empower) condemns the use of the Sedition Act to arrest Wong Chin Huat. It was undemocratic and an uncalled for action on the part of the Malaysian Royal Police and the government.
The Centre for Independent Journalism (CIJ) condemns the arrest and remand of media and electoral reform activist, Wong Chin Huat yesterday over strong calls against the Barisan Nasional’s takeover of the state of Perak and refusal to call for fresh elections there following the political
Press Statement by Member of Parliament Klang Charles Santiago in Klang on 6th May 2009 I condemn the arrest of leading social activist and spokesperson for polls reform group Wong Chin Huat. He will be investigated under Section 4(1) of the Sedition Act.
By Jacqueline Ann Surin (thenutgraph.com) PETALING JAYA, 5 May 2009: Political scientist Wong Chin Huat was arrested tonight for sedition for writing several articles, including on the 1BLACKMalaysia campaign.
Malaysiakini Polls reform group Bersih spokesperson Wong Chin Huat was taken to the Jalan Duta court court about noon today from an undisclosed location. His lawyers are still waiting for him to be produced before a judge – either to be charged or have his
Ong Kian Ming (Malaysiakini) As news about the arrest of academic and activist Wong Chin Huat under the Sedition Act continues to filter in, a few things appear clear to me.