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The Internal Security Act is a less harsh law but still allows the authorities to impose curfews, operate security checkpoints and restrict the movement of protesters as needed.
600 to Maintenance of Internal Security Act (MISA) and Defence of India Rules (DIR) prisoners.
Previously, a complaint was tweeted from the Sukumbhand about how unknown individuals had covered the security cameras in one area covered by the Internal Security Act (ISA) with black garbage bags.
Tuesday to invoke the Internal Security Act, which permits the army to help
The government has imposed the Internal Security Act around the rally venue.
Malaysia's police chief said his officers and border guards had been alerted to watch for Mas Selamat, who was being held under Singapore's Internal Security Act that allows indefinite detention without trial.
The court victory has galvanized activists campaigning for the repeal of Malaysia's harsh Internal Security Act.
A BRITISH lawyer, author and professor who drafted Malaysia's notorious Internal Security Act used to detain scores of suspected criminals without trial, has died.