Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Malaysia to enact new law to end indefinite detention without trial!

Finally, to end an old law on the book dating back to colonial British rule to enact a new law which did   allow  a  rule to hold detainees indefinitely. Malysia has decided to enact legislation to provide detainees at most 28 days before they will be given a fair trial for whatever they are being held for. This is a huge step towards human rights advancement in a country that has certainly no been a role model for civil and judicial rights for criminally accused militant detainees. Global human rights are for everyone...get it? Click on the link above to get the source for this story.



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