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ISA是英文 Internal Security Act 的缩写,意思是国内安全法令(1960)。

法令允许警方在任何情况下逮捕任何人,不需要通过法律允许和审判。拘留令必须由内政部长签发。
被逮捕的人不允许和任何人联络,包括律师和家人。

1960年内安法令第73(1)条文
(Section 73(1) Internal Security Act 1960 )

"Any police officer may without warrant arrest and detain pending enquiries any person in respect of whom he has reason to believe that there are grounds which would justify his detention under section 8; and that he has acted or is about to act or is likely to act in any manner prejudicial to the security of Malaysia or any part thereof or to maintenance of essential services therein or to the economic life thereof."

任何警察如果有理由相信一个人已经或将要做出威胁国家安全的行动,可以在没有逮捕令下,逮捕和扣留一个人以进行调查。

Section 8 ISA:

Power to order detention or restriction of persons. "(i) If the Minister is satisfied that the detention of any person is necessary with a view to preventing him from acting in any manner prejudicial to the security of Malaysia or any part thereof or to the maintenance of essential services therein or the economic life thereof, he may make an order (hereinafter referred to as a detention order) directing that that person be detained for any period not exceeding two years."
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Wikipedia的材料:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internal_Security_Act_(Malaysia)

有数个国家依然有这项令人生畏的恶法:

The term 'Internal Security Act' is often given to a piece of legislation laying down regulations that enable the executive government of a jurisdiction to preserve the internal security of the nation. In some jurisdictions, it authorizes the government to arrest and detain individuals without trial.

* For the Israeli legislation, see 'Administrative detention'.
* For the Malaysian legislation, see 'Internal Security Act (Malaysia)'.
* For the Singapore legislation, see 'Internal Security Act (Singapore)'.
* For the South African legislation, see 'Internal Security Act (South Africa)'.
* For United States legislation, see 'McCarran Internal Security Act'.


The Internal Security Act 1960 (ISA) (Malay: Akta Keselamatan Dalam Negeri) is a preventive detention law in force in Malaysia. The legislation was inherited by Malaysia after it gained independence from Britain in 1957. In essence, it allows for the arrest of any person without the need for trial in certain defined circumstances. Malaysia is one of the few countries in the world whose Constitution allows for preventive detention during peacetime without safeguards that elsewhere are understood to be basic requirements for protecting fundamental human rights.
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历史背景:

History

Preventive detention first became a feature of the then Malaya in 1948 primarily to combat the armed insurgency of the Malayan Communist Party during the Malayan Emergency. The Emergency Regulations Ordinance 1948 was made, following the proclamation of an emergency, by the British High Commissioner Sir Edward Gent. It allowed the detention of persons for any period not exceeding one year. The 1948 ordinance was primarily made to counter acts of violence and, conceivably, preventive detention was meant to be temporary in application. The emergency ended in 1960 and with it ended the powers contained in the that ordinance as it was repealed. The power of preventive detention was however not relinquished and in fact became an embedded feature of Malaysian law. In 1960 itself, the government passed the Internal Security Act under Article 149 of the Malaysian Constitution. It permitted the detention, at the discretion of the Home Minister, without charge or trial of any person in respect of whom the Home Minister was satisfied that such detention was necessary to prevent him or her from acting in any manner prejudicial to national security or to the maintenance of essential services or to the economic life in Malaysia. The ISA is one of the most controversial Acts enacted under Article 149 of the Malaysian Constitution.

Section 8(1) of the ISA provides that ‘(i)f the minister is satisfied that the detention of any person is necessary …’ then s/he may issue an order for his/her detention. The three grounds given in Section 8(1) upon which the order may be based is where a person has acted in any manner prejudicial to the:

a) security of Malaysia or part thereof; or
b) maintenance of essential services; or
c) economic life.

The power to detain seems to be restricted by Section 8(1) to a period not exceeding two years but the restriction is really illusionary because, by virtue of Section 8(7), the duration of the detention order may be extended for a further period not exceeding two years and thereafter for further periods not exceeding two years at a time. The extension to the detention order may be made on the same ground as those on which the original order was based or on different grounds. In delivering the judgment of the Court, Steve L.K. Shim CJ (Sabah & Sarawak) in Kerajaan Malaysia & 2 Ors. v Nasharuddin bin Nasir (2003) 6 AMR 497 at page 506, has accepted that under Section 8 of the ISA the Minister has been conferred powers of preventive detention that ‘can be said to be draconian in nature’ but nevertheless valid under the Malaysian Constitution. In addition, preventive detention is also now allowed by the Dangerous Drugs (Special Preventive Measures) Act 1985 and the Emergency (Public Order and Prevention of Crime) Ordinance 1969. The Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (SUHAKAM) has recently recommended that the ISA be repealed and replaced by new comprehensive legislation that, while taking a tough stand on threats to national security (including terrorism), does not violate basic human rights.

Article 149 of the Constitution of Malaysia under which a person may be detained is characterised by subjective language. Such terms as ‘substantial body’, ‘substantial number’, ‘cause to fear’, ‘excite disaffection’, ‘promote feelings of ill-will and hostility’, all embody wide areas of discretionary interpretation.

Article 151 of the Malaysian Constitution gives to any person detained without trial (under the special powers against subversion) certain administrative rights. By the terms of Article 151 the authority, on whose order a person is detained, shall, as soon as may be, inform the detainee of the grounds of detention and the allegations of fact on which the order is based. The detainee shall also be given an opportunity within three months, of making representations against the order to an Advisory Board . The Advisory Board as the name implies is not a court. Its determinations are also mere recommendations that the government is under no obligation to accept. It may also be handicapped in its deliberations by the discretionary power of the government to withhold facts, the disclosure of which would, in the executive’s opinion be against national interest.

Any person may be detained by the police for up to 60 days without trial for an act which allegedly threatens the security of the country or any part thereof. After 60 days, one may be further detained for a period of two years each, to be approved by the Minister of Home Affairs, thus permitting indefinite detention without trial. In 1989, the powers of the Minister under the legislation was made immune to judicial review by virtue of amendments to the Act, only allowing the courts to examine and review technical matters pertaining to the ISA arrest.

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Legislation

Relevant sections of the legislation are as follows:

Section 73(1) Internal Security Act 1960: "Any police officer may without warrant arrest and detain pending enquiries any person in respect of whom he has reason to believe that there are grounds which would justify his detention under section 8; and that he has acted or is about to act or is likely to act in any manner prejudicial to the security of Malaysia or any part thereof or to maintenance of essential services therein or to the economic life thereof."

Section 8 ISA: Power to order detention or restriction of persons. "(i) If the Minister is satisfied that the detention of any person is necessary with a view to preventing him from acting in any manner prejudicial to the security of Malaysia or any part thereof or to the maintenance of essential services therein or the economic life thereof, he may make an order (hereinafter referred to as a detention order) directing that that person be detained for any period not exceeding two years."

A detenu can make representations against his/her detention if an order of detention has been made against the detenu by the Minister under Section 8(1) of the ISA but under Section 73 however, the detenu seems to have no such right. Generally, the attitude of the Malaysian courts in respect of detention under Section 73 is that the courts have jurisdiction only in regard to any question on compliance with the procedural requirements of the ISA and they seldom grant any substantive rights to the detenu.

The stated purpose of the ISA was to deter communist activity in Malaysia during the Malayan Emergency and afterwards. The first Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tunku Abdul Rahman, defined the purpose of the act as to "be used solely against the communists...My Cabinet colleagues and I gave a solemn promise to Parliament and the nation that the immense powers given to the government under the ISA would never be used to stifle legitimate opposition and silence lawful dissent". The third Prime Minister, Tun Hussein Onn, stated at the same time that his administration had enforced the act only with a view to curbing communist activity, and not to repress "lawful political opposition and democratic citizen activity".

In response to criticism that the ISA was not democratic or was too open to abuse, the first internal security minister, Ismail Abdul Rahman, stated:

“ I maintained then and I maintain now the view that the Internal Security Act is essential to the security of this country especially when democracy is interpreted the way it is interpreted in this country. To those in opposition to the government democracy is interpreted to mean absolute freedom, even the freedom to subvert the nation. When cornered by the argument that democracy in the Western sense means freedom in an ordered society and an ordered society is one in which the rule of law prevails, they seek refuge in the slogan that we should imitate Western democracy one hundred per cent.

I am convinced that the Internal Security Act as practiced in Malaysia is not contrary to the fundamentals of democracy. Abuse of the Act can be prevented by vigilant public opinion via elections, a free Press and above all the Parliament.

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Detention

ISA detainees are typically held at the Kamunting Detention Center. The view from the satellite is very surreal.

First 60 days

A person detained under the ISA during the first 60 days is held incommunicado, with no access to the outside world. Furthermore, lawyers and family members are not allowed access to the detainee during this initial period. If a two-year detention order is signed, the detainee is taken to the Kamunting Detention Centre to serve his or her two-year term, during which family members are allowed to visit. Otherwise, the detainee may be released.

Release

Although the government may release detainees unconditionally, in some cases, it has required those being released to make a public "confession" on television and radio.

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Criticism

An artist's portrayal of the Internal Security Act. The law has attracted criticism when dealing with civil rights issues.
An artist's portrayal of the Internal Security Act. The law has attracted criticism when dealing with civil rights issues.

Due to the alleged draconian nature of the ISA, several human rights organisations and opposition political parties have strongly criticised the act and called for its repeal. Foreign governments, notably that of the United States, have also pressured the government to repeal the act.

Domestic

Several opposition parties such as the Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS), the Democratic Action Party (DAP) and Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) have spoken out against the ISA. Many of them have leaders or prominent members who were held under the ISA, such as Muhammad Sabu of PAS, Lim Kit Siang, Karpal Singh and Lim Guan Eng of the DAP, and Anwar Ibrahim of the PKR. Previously in the 1960s, the law had been denounced by such opposition leaders as Tan Chee Khoon, who said:

“ This infernal and heinous instrument has been enacted by the Alliance Government at a time when the emergency was supposed to be over. Then it promptly proceeds to embody all the provisions of the Emergency Regulations which during the Emergency had to be re-enacted every year, but now it is written into the statute book ad infinitum...”

However, several politicians from the Barisan Nasional coalition, including its largest component party, the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO or Umno), that has governed Malaysia since independence have also criticised the ISA. The fifth Prime Minister of Malaysia, Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, went on the record in 1988 to state "If we want to save Malaysia and Umno, Dr Mahathir (then Prime Minister) must be removed. He uses draconian laws such as the Internal Security Act to silence his critics." The year before, he had also stated "Laws such as the Internal Security Act have no place in modern Malaysia. It is a draconian and barbaric law." In 2003 when he became Prime Minister, however, Abdullah called the ISA "a necessary law," and argued "We have never misused the Internal Security Act. All those detained under the Internal Security Act are proven threats to society." But opposition parties believe it is a threat to Umno rather than a threat to the country.

Prior to becoming Prime Minister, Mahathir had also adhered to a critical view of the ISA. In 1966, when Mahathir spoke out in support of the Internal Security (Amendment) Bill 1966 as a backbencher, he stated that "no one in his right senses like[s] the ISA. It is in fact a negation of all the principles of democracy." After becoming Prime Minister however the former premier had little if any hesitation using the law to suppress what he termed racialism but was seen by some as a move against his political opponents, the most notable of events being the infamous Operasi Lalang in 1987.

Recently former rapporteur to the United Nations Param Cumaraswamy, who is on record for his opposition of the ISA, suggested its use on former Malaysian Prime Minister Dr. Mahathir for alleged racial incitement by the latter at a speech in Johor Bahru on May 17, 2008, arguing that the reasoning of the former premier in the use of the law would be applicable against him now in light of his own racial excesses. Such tit for tat justification however was condemned by various groups, notably PAS for incosistancy and double standards shown by the former rapporteur in his position as regards the ISA.

Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Zaid Ibrahim said the Internal Security Act (ISA) should be used only against terrorists who posed a security threat and condemned its use against a journalist, a politician and a blogger last Friday on September 12, 2008. Zaid, who is the Minister in charge of legal affairs, said he will make known his position on the matter to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi at the next cabinet meeting and is prepared to resign if it is not accepted. “By saying this, I know I may be breaking ranks, but I also don’t want to give Pak Lah problems,” he said. “At the same time, my views (on the use of the ISA) cannot be compromised." On 15 September, 2008 Zaid tendered his resignation to the Prime Minister, previously stating he was prepared to resign over the issue of the ISA.

In Kota Kinabalu, United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation (UPKO) led by its Secretary-General Datuk Wilfred Madius Tangau, on September 23, 2008, joined its 3 other Barisan Nasional (BN) counterparts MCA, Gerakan and MIC, petitioning Government review of ISA. Madius said the party supports former de-facto Law Minister Datuk Zaid Ibrahim's position that the ISA should only be used against those who posed a threat to national security, such as terrorists: "Clearly in the case of Seputeh MP, Teresa Kok, Raja Petra Kamaruddin, and Sin Chew Daily reporter, Tan Hoon Cheng, there are so many other public order laws that can be used against them if, at all, there is a case to do so."

Foreign

In the past, the United States government has criticised the Malaysian government for implementing the ISA, but it has muted its criticism since the advent of the "war on terror."

On Friday September 12, 2008 the State Department in Washington summoned the charge d'affaires of the Malaysian embassy after an opposition politician, a prominent blogger and a journalist were held under a law allowing indefinite detention without trial. "Peaceful expression of political opinions is a fundamental right and critical to a democracy," a State Department official told AFP. "The United States believes that the Malaysian government should provide due process and treatment consistent with Malaysian law and international standards," said the official, speaking on condition of anonymity. "We expect that democratic countries that purport to advocate free expression of political views will not curtail such freedom," the official said following the trio's arrest.

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在内安法令被扣留的,60天后将送到霹雳州太平市郊的甘文丁口扣留营(Kamunting Detention Centre)去,扣留期可以长达2年。

根据国民醒觉运动(Aliran)的资料,目前还在甘文丁(KDC)吃皇家饭的人有:

http://www.aliran.com/oldsite/monthly/2001/3e.htm

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http://www.aliran.com/oldsite/monthly/2001/3e.htm

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Disclaimer: We believe the above information reflects the current status of ISA detainees to the best of our knowledge in the absence of latest official confirmation.
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一些影片:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kIsHgwB3N48&feature=related

(上面的是一则幻灯片制作)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qrzorUtEgQ

(旺姐走入国会,呼吁众国会议员支持废除内安法令)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jkAmOQt20k&feature=related

(AlJazeera电视台的英文版)
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[转贴]《当今大马》
http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/90507

警方封锁挡不住反内安法令橘潮
两千兴权会支持者隆市烛光游行
王德齐 | 9月27日 晚上8点35分

虽然面对警方事先的封锁,但是今晚吉隆坡闹市却上演了一场获得2千人参与,声势浩大的反对内安法令及要求释放扣留者的“橘潮”游行!

兴都权益行动委员会(Hindraf,简称兴权会)原订傍晚7点半,号召在独立广场举行一场烛光晚会。在另一霜,由维护媒体独立撰稿人联盟(WAMI)、废除内安法令联盟(GMI)、隆雪华青、学运及动力青年则发起“点亮黑暗,革除恶法”提灯行,则在中央艺术坊停车场集合,准备前往加入烛光晚会。

但是由于警方在傍晚6点左右,已经率先封锁独立广场的四周,主办单位逐转移阵地以及集会方式,把烛光晚会变成一场路经吉隆坡闹市的烛光游行。

这场反对恶法的集会获得各族人士的参与,不过印裔集会者却多身穿象征兴权会的橘色衣服,呈现出一片“橘潮”。

游行者并从独立广场步行至富都车站附近的兴都庙,为所有的内安法令扣留者,包括5名目前仍然被扣的兴权会领袖祈祷,希望他们早日获释。

由于过去几场反内安法令烛光集会的人数并不理想,警方显然对这场获得出乎意料人数出席的烛光游行措手不及,没有介入拦截,使到这场步行长达1公里的游行能够顺利完成。

其实警方今日并未全副出动,仅是派出大概40至50名名制服和便衣警员驻守独立广场和律师公会的附近。现场只出现2辆轻型镇暴队卡车。

集会人潮在傍晚7点左右开始聚集。一开始时只有数百人印裔集会者手持蜡烛与布条,高喊反对内安法令的口号。

集会者开始在7点15分左右,从旧法庭大厦附近的律师公会出发,途径敦霹雳路前往独立广场。当时兴权会代表尝试与警方谈判,以便允许示威者在独立广场祈祷半个小时,但是遭到警方拒绝。

结果集会者在无法进入独立广场的情况下,被迫转移目标前往富都车站附近的一间兴都教庙宇,以便为被扣留者进行祈祷。

兴权会全国协调员达能迪南(TS Thanenthiran)被支持者抬在肩膀上,率领示威者朝向富都车站的方向前进。兴权会也在人群前端组成人墙,以便控制集会者的秩序。

多数身穿橘色衣服或手持橘色旗帜的支持者,也一路激情万分的高喊“废除内安法令”口号,同时手持蜡烛和布条声援遭到扣留的5名兴权会领袖。

越来越多民众也在中途加入游行,导致集会者人数一直攀升至接近2千人。

由于这场游行占用了两个车道,导致占美回教堂和富都广场广场附近路段的交通陷入瘫痪。

警方在游行中显示出克制的一面,并未强行解散游行,只派遣约3辆警车尾随着游行队伍。

集会者在晚上8点半抵达这间位于富都车站对面的兴都庙,大部分人都聚集在庙宇外面,并点燃油灯为被扣留者祈愿。

兴权会领袖则进入兴都庙内祈祷,随后再出来以淡米尔语向示威者发表演讲。示威者也念诵经文歌颂兴都神明,希望他们能够庇护被扣留者早日获得释放。

现场只有10多名警员和6辆警车在旁监督,不过却没进入任何的干预。不过,一名华裔妇女手持纸牌在警员旁边示威,遭警方没收手中的纸牌。

由于今天也是其中一名扣留者拉惹柏特拉的生日,

因此大约20多名身穿黄色衣服声援拉惹柏特拉的支持者也手持蜡烛,唱起生日歌遥远的为这名已经被送入甘文丁扣留营的著名部落客庆生。(右图)

除了印裔集会者外,现场也出现许多华裔青年,或是华裔家长带着孩子到现场,一起要求废除内安法令。

一些民联国州议员也到场支持,他们包括公正党峇都国会议员蔡添强、行动党安顺国会议员马诺卡兰(M. Manogaran)和百乐镇州议员谢永贤。

达能迪南向媒体发表谈话时说,兴权会主办这场集会主要是施压政府,以便废除内安法令和释放所有被扣留者。

“内安法令是一项不合时宜和国家发展需求的法令,内安法令是一项压制人权的恶法,所有人都必须获得他们的基本人权。”

他声称,今日的集会获得2千人出席,并强调内政部长赛哈密只是一名普通部长,不能够一个人定夺所有被扣留者的命运,“况且今天已经有两万人做出了裁决,要求政府立即释放所有人。”

“我希望政府能聆听和关注人民的呼声,他们不能每天关住耳朵,他们必须聆听人民的声音。”

这场烛光游行在晚上9点10分结束,许多人还是依然逗留在现场,大部分到了大约9点40分才陆续离开。

与此同时,维护媒体独立撰稿人联盟、废除内安法令联盟(GMI)、隆雪华堂青年团、马来西亚青年与学生民主运动(学运)以及动力青年5个组织,也於傍晚7点左右在独立广场附近的中央艺术坊发起“点亮黑暗,革除恶法”提灯行。

共有大约100名学生与年轻人响应这场活动,大部分参与者都身穿黑衣手提写着标语的灯笼,以中秋月圆及合家团圆的象征方式声援所有内安法令和其他无审讯法令扣留者。

他们大约在晚上7点20分从中央艺术坊出发,手持灯笼游行到独立广场。不过,由于警方已经封锁独立广场,他们只能在历史博物馆旁集会。

由于警方只批准10分钟的集会时间,他们在维护媒体独立撰稿人联盟主席黄进发发言,并默哀两分钟后,便於大约傍晚7点40分左右结束集会。不过,其中一些参与者随后加入兴权会的示威行列。

警方在处理这场集会的态度,明显较兴权会游行更加强硬。除了一名警官冲进人群试图没收纸牌,及阻止人们点燃蜡烛外,警方也恫言说,如果集会者拒绝解散,他们准备展开逮捕行动。

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警方封锁挡不住反内安法令橘潮
两千兴权会支持者隆市烛光游行
王德齐 | 9月27日 晚上8点35分

虽然面对警方事先的封锁,但是今晚吉隆坡闹市却上演了一场获得2千人参与,声势浩大的反对内安法令及要求释放扣留者的“橘潮”游行!

兴都权益行动委员会(Hindraf,简称兴权会)原订傍晚7点半,号召在独立广场举行一场烛光晚会。在另一霜,由维护媒体独立撰稿人联盟(WAMI)、废除内安法令联盟(GMI)、隆雪华青、学运及动力青年则发起“点亮黑暗,革除恶法”提灯行,则在中央艺术坊停车场集合,准备前往加入烛光晚会。

但是由于警方在傍晚6点左右,已经率先封锁独立广场的四周,主办单位逐转移阵地以及集会方式,把烛光晚会变成一场路经吉隆坡闹市的烛光游行。

这场反对恶法的集会获得各族人士的参与,不过印裔集会者却多身穿象征兴权会的橘色衣服,呈现出一片“橘潮”。

游行者并从独立广场步行至富都车站附近的兴都庙,为所有的内安法令扣留者,包括5名目前仍然被扣的兴权会领袖祈祷,希望他们早日获释。

由于过去几场反内安法令烛光集会的人数并不理想,警方显然对这场获得出乎意料人数出席的烛光游行措手不及,没有介入拦截,使到这场步行长达1公里的游行能够顺利完成。

其实警方今日并未全副出动,仅是派出大概40至50名名制服和便衣警员驻守独立广场和律师公会的附近。现场只出现2辆轻型镇暴队卡车。

集会人潮在傍晚7点左右开始聚集。一开始时只有数百人印裔集会者手持蜡烛与布条,高喊反对内安法令的口号。

集会者开始在7点15分左右,从旧法庭大厦附近的律师公会出发,途径敦霹雳路前往独立广场。当时兴权会代表尝试与警方谈判,以便允许示威者在独立广场祈祷半个小时,但是遭到警方拒绝。

结果集会者在无法进入独立广场的情况下,被迫转移目标前往富都车站附近的一间兴都教庙宇,以便为被扣留者进行祈祷。

兴权会全国协调员达能迪南(TS Thanenthiran)被支持者抬在肩膀上,率领示威者朝向富都车站的方向前进。兴权会也在人群前端组成人墙,以便控制集会者的秩序。

多数身穿橘色衣服或手持橘色旗帜的支持者,也一路激情万分的高喊“废除内安法令”口号,同时手持蜡烛和布条声援遭到扣留的5名兴权会领袖。

越来越多民众也在中途加入游行,导致集会者人数一直攀升至接近2千人。

由于这场游行占用了两个车道,导致占美回教堂和富都广场广场附近路段的交通陷入瘫痪。

警方在游行中显示出克制的一面,并未强行解散游行,只派遣约3辆警车尾随着游行队伍。

集会者在晚上8点半抵达这间位于富都车站对面的兴都庙,大部分人都聚集在庙宇外面,并点燃油灯为被扣留者祈愿。

兴权会领袖则进入兴都庙内祈祷,随后再出来以淡米尔语向示威者发表演讲。示威者也念诵经文歌颂兴都神明,希望他们能够庇护被扣留者早日获得释放。

现场只有10多名警员和6辆警车在旁监督,不过却没进入任何的干预。不过,一名华裔妇女手持纸牌在警员旁边示威,遭警方没收手中的纸牌。

由于今天也是其中一名扣留者拉惹柏特拉的生日,

因此大约20多名身穿黄色衣服声援拉惹柏特拉的支持者也手持蜡烛,唱起生日歌遥远的为这名已经被送入甘文丁扣留营的著名部落客庆生。(右图)

除了印裔集会者外,现场也出现许多华裔青年,或是华裔家长带着孩子到现场,一起要求废除内安法令。

一些民联国州议员也到场支持,他们包括公正党峇都国会议员蔡添强、行动党安顺国会议员马诺卡兰(M. Manogaran)和百乐镇州议员谢永贤。

达能迪南向媒体发表谈话时说,兴权会主办这场集会主要是施压政府,以便废除内安法令和释放所有被扣留者。

“内安法令是一项不合时宜和国家发展需求的法令,内安法令是一项压制人权的恶法,所有人都必须获得他们的基本人权。”

他声称,今日的集会获得2千人出席,并强调内政部长赛哈密只是一名普通部长,不能够一个人定夺所有被扣留者的命运,“况且今天已经有两万人做出了裁决,要求政府立即释放所有人。”

“我希望政府能聆听和关注人民的呼声,他们不能每天关住耳朵,他们必须聆听人民的声音。”

这场烛光游行在晚上9点10分结束,许多人还是依然逗留在现场,大部分到了大约9点40分才陆续离开。

与此同时,维护媒体独立撰稿人联盟、废除内安法令联盟(GMI)、隆雪华堂青年团、马来西亚青年与学生民主运动(学运)以及动力青年5个组织,也於傍晚7点左右在独立广场附近的中央艺术坊发起“点亮黑暗,革除恶法”提灯行。

共有大约100名学生与年轻人响应这场活动,大部分参与者都身穿黑衣手提写着标语的灯笼,以中秋月圆及合家团圆的象征方式声援所有内安法令和其他无审讯法令扣留者。

他们大约在晚上7点20分从中央艺术坊出发,手持灯笼游行到独立广场。不过,由于警方已经封锁独立广场,他们只能在历史博物馆旁集会。

由于警方只批准10分钟的集会时间,他们在维护媒体独立撰稿人联盟主席黄进发发言,并默哀两分钟后,便於大约傍晚7点40分左右结束集会。不过,其中一些参与者随后加入兴权会的示威行列。

警方在处理这场集会的态度,明显较兴权会游行更加强硬。除了一名警官冲进人群试图没收纸牌,及阻止人们点燃蜡烛外,警方也恫言说,如果集会者拒绝解散,他们准备展开逮捕行动。
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律师公会特大促释放所有扣留者
王德齐 | 9月20日 下午4点28分

针对政府日前援引内安法令展开的逮捕行动,律师公会今早召开紧急特别会员大会一致通过议决案,强烈要求政府立即释放目前尚被扣留的部落客拉惹柏特拉,以及其他内安法令被扣者。

他们也强烈呼吁政府废除所有允许未经审讯扣留的法令,包括内安法令,以及收回日前向三家报章发出的要求解释信。

此外,律师公会主席安碧嘉较后在记者会上更形容,政府对内安法令扣留者的待遇形同“国家恐怖主义”,并表示政府必须为此负上责任。

律师公会今早是在马华大厦李三春礼堂召开约两小时长的闭门紧急特大,以讨论政府上周展开的内安法令扣留行动,以及向三家报章发出要求解释信。这次特大总共有约740名会员出席。

出席者一致通过律师公会理事会提呈的议决案。以下是议决案内容:

(一)大马律师公会强烈谴责逮捕拉惹柏特拉、陈云清与郭素沁的行动,并强烈呼吁政府立即与无条件地释放被扣留的拉惹柏特拉。

(二)大马律师公会强烈呼吁政府立即与无条件释放所有目前仍遭未经审讯扣留的人士,包括在2007年12月13日被令扣留两年的诺哈兰、乌达雅古玛、耿卡哈兰、甘纳巴迪与瓦山达古玛。

(三)大马律师公会强烈呼吁政府立即废除内安法令与所有允许未经审讯扣留的法令,例如《1969年紧急法令》(公共秩序与防范罪案)以及《1985年危险药物法令》(特别防范措施)。

(四)大马律师公会强烈谴责向《星洲日报》、《太阳报》与《公正之声》发出要求解释信的举动,并强烈呼吁政府立即收回要求解释信。

(五)大马律师公会呼吁政府捍卫它对联合国人权理事会许下的宣誓,提倡与捍卫人权与基本自由,以及提倡媒体自由,包括虚拟世界。

(六)大马律师公会呼吁政府展示它遵守并捍卫宪法与国家原则所列明的法治精神。

律师公会将在本周一,将上述议决案呈交给首相阿都拉与内政部。
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看来最近蜡烛销量会飙升哦。
多卖了两千支,希望更多人来拿蜡烛。
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