Muhyiddin notes there are still those who make remarks about religion and the royal institution.
PARLIAMENT | Putrajaya plans to have that law reviewed, amended or abolished, he says.
UPDATED 2.29PM | However, the sports minister says he personally disagrees with the police for investigating the organisers.
UPDATED 7.51PM | The organisers say the law is being 'unfairly and disproportionately' used against them.
UPDATED 3.44PM | SEMENYIH POLLS | BN sec-gen is being investigated under Section 4(1) of the act, IGP says.
LETTER | There should be no hesitation in repealing a law that has gone well past its expiry date.
COMMENT | Malaysia post-Sedition Act will be the same as Malaysia post-ISA – peaceful, calm, and orderly.
The Sedition Act was enacted during the British colonial era, even before the Federal Constitution existed, the lawyer points out.
LETTER | His administration charged more people than all previous PMs put together.
Hassan Abdul Karim, who was charged over his comments on the Selangor MB crisis, says the draconian law must go.
'There are other legal provisions the authorities can use to investigate him,' says Syahredzan Johan.
LETTER | Comments that do not incite violence against others should not be criminalised or needlessly silenced.
LETTER | We trust that the Harapan gov't will live up to its election promise.
UPDATED 3.55PM | PM says enforcement parties do not understand what is considered an insult.
Lawyer Ambiga Sreenevasan also urges Harapan to get rid of the 'ridiculous' Sedition Act.
Police are not the arbiter of what is an acceptable speech or post on social media, says Latheefa.