Waging war against the king. In cahoots with foreign conspirators. Possible communists. Planning to overthrow the government. Illegal T-shirts. Bersih 2.0 seems to embody many evils to the authorities, who have arrested more than 100 in attempts to stop Bersih’s 9 July 2011 march. But have the authorities gone overboard in demonising the rally? What about Malaysians’ constitutional right to freedom of expression and right to peaceable assembly?
SINGAPORE, 27 Nov 2008: The Singapore High Court today sentenced three Singaporeans to seven to 15 days’ jail for wearing T-shirts bearing a picture of a kangaroo in a judge’s robes in the vicinity of the New Supreme Court Building last May. Muhammad Shafi’ie Syahmi Sariman and Isrizal Mohamed Isa were jailed for seven days […]