Malaysia tries to fix indefinite detention act

The Malaysian government has proposed a new law that would allow for people suspected of being guilty of security-related offenses to be detained for a maximum of 28 days only without being charged. The legislation, which will be taken up by Malaysian Parliament next week, is an improvement of the current law, the Internal Security Act, that allows for indefinite detention without trial.

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