Internal Security Act 1960
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Internal Security Act 1960 all amendments up to August 1996 : Act 82 by Malaysia.

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Published by Published & printed by MDC Publishers Printers in Kuala Lumpur .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Malaysia.

Subjects:

  • Internal security -- Malaysia.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementcompiled by MDC Legal Advisers.
SeriesLaws of Malaysia
ContributionsMDC Legal Advisers.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKPG2160.A3196 A7 1996
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 56 p. ;
Number of Pages56
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL336694M
ISBN 109677004751
LC Control Number97944525
OCLC/WorldCa38147980

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  We have received this article from Malaysia about the campaign against the Internal Security Act The repressive Act is based on legislation introduced by the British imperialists in their struggle against communist insurgency, but 51 years after independence it is still being used by the Malaysian government. The struggle for democratic rights is part of the struggle for socialism and we. Review of the Internal Security Act This wide-ranging application and proposed application of the ISA leave an impression that the ISA is an ordinary piece of legislation to be used under ordinary circumstances. This impression, however, is an inaccurate one. The ISA is in fact an extraordinary and very specific piece of legislation. If at all its provisions were to be invoked, they ought. AN ACT To protect the United States against certain un-American and subversive activities by requiring registration of Communist organizations, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That this Act may be cited as the ''Internal Security Act of ''. Internal Security CAP. 7 B.L.R.O. 2/ INTERNAL SECURITY ACT An Act to provide for the internal security of Brunei Darussalam, preventive detention, the preventi on of subversion, the suppression of organised violence against persons and property in specific areas of Brunei Darussalam, and for matters incidental thereto Commencement: 1st.

The Internal Security Act (ISA) of Singapore (Cap. , Rev. Ed.) is a statute that grants the executive power to enforce preventive detention, prevent subversion, suppress organized violence against persons and property, and do other things incidental to the internal security of Singapore. The present Act was originally enacted by the Parliament of Malaysia as the Internal Security Act Commenced: Extended to Singapore on 16 . The Catholic Lawyers Society Kuala Lumpur (CLS) is a non-profit society, registered under the Societies Act Malaysia, for Catholic lawyers, judges, law lecturers and law students. As a professional society, it promotes social justice and peace through the rule of law in the spirit of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. This Act may be cited as the Internal Security Act. Note: (The Malaysian Internal Security Act (No. 18/60) was extended to Singapore on when Singapore became a component part of Malaysia — see L.N. / The Internal Security Act (Malay: Akta Keselamatan Dalam Negeri , abbreviated ISA) was a preventive detention law in force in legislation was enacted after Malaysia gained independence from Britain in The ISA allows for detention without trial or criminal charges under limited, legally defined circumstances.