LFL calls for charges against activist Heidy Quah to be dropped

LFL calls for charges against activist Heidy Quah to be dropped

29/7/2021 5:59:00 AM

LFL calls for charges against activist Heidy Quah to be dropped

'Any country that treats whistleblowers as criminals will soon lose its moral legitimacy.'

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Drop baseless charges against Heidy Quah for exposing horrible conditions at immigration detention centres ― Lawyers for Liberty | Malay MailJULY 29 ― LFL views with grave concern the criminal charge levied against Heidy Quah at the Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court yesterday. We are well acquainted with section 233(1)(a) of the Communications and Multimedia Act (CMA) and the decision to charge with an offence under this provision comes as...

'Govt should fix detention centres instead of charging activist'Lawmakers and civil society want charges dropped against Refuge for The Refugees founder Heidy Quah.

Drop charges against Heidy Quah — 79 organisations and 67 individuals | Malay MailJULY 27 — We, the undersigned, stand in solidarity with Heidy Quah, the co-founder of Refuge for The Refugees. Heidy was charged this morning under section 233 (1)(a) of the Communications and Multimedia Act (CMA) for a June 2020 Facebook post in which she describes conditions in one of...