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Don't abuse preventive laws

Posted: 31 Jul 2013 08:51 AM PDT

The Government did abuse  Internal Security Act (ISA) and Emergency Ordinance (EO). It detained people without trial; they could not charge the Government in court.
     Now, the Government has repealed ISA and EO. As Malaysians face various crimes such as the Am Bank founder murdered in bright daylight yesterday, the police believe that criminals, who were previously detained under EO, are responsible for serious crimes. They form syndicates.
     "We intend to bring it (existing laws), for the next parliamentary session, the provisions that can strengthen the capabilities of the police to act (against criminals)," says Datuk Seri Najib. We don't know what extra power will the police get.
     Although the Prime Minister states that the Government is committed to upholding human rights, we reiterate that the police must not abuse the extra power. We need an effective mechanism to protect human rights.

勿滥用(未经审判即可扣留人)的法令

Posted: 31 Jul 2013 08:28 AM PDT

政府曾经滥用内部安全法令和紧急法令。它扣留未经审判的人;这些人不能把政府控上法庭。
     现在,政府已经废除内安令和紧急法令。大马人民面对各种罪案,诸如昨天一银行家光天烈日下被谋杀。警方相信这些案件是与前紧急法令扣留犯有关。他们组织小集团造案。
     "我们打算在下一次的国会会议,提出现有的法令和条款,以增强警察采取行动(对付罪犯)的能力,"首相这么说。我们不知道警察将获得什么额外的权力。
     虽然首相说政府致力于维护基本人权,但是,我们坚持警方千万不要滥用额外的权力。我们需要有效的人权机制。

Don't abuse preventive laws

Posted: 31 Jul 2013 07:21 AM PDT

The Government did abuse the Internal Security Act (ISA) and Emergency Ordinance (EO). It detained people and they could not charge the Government in court.
     Now, the Government has repealed ISO and EO. As Malaysians face various crimes such as the murder of the founder of Am Bank yesterday, the police believe that hard criminals who were previously detained under EO, have returned to crimes. They form syndicates.
     "We intend to bring it (existing laws), for the next parliamentary session the provisions that can strengthen the capabilities of the police to act (against criminals)," says Datuk Seri Najib. We don't know what extra power will be given to the police.
     Although the Prime Minister states that the Government is committed to upholding human rights, we reiterate that the police must not abuse the extra power. 
    

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