Some unaware, others concerned over NSC Act

comments     Shakira Buang & Zulaikha Zulkifli     Published     Updated

Although the National Security Council (NSC) Act 2016 will be coming to force next Monday, some members of the public are still uninformed about the law that will give emergency powers to the council headed by the prime minister. 

"I don't know (about the act). Because I feel it has nothing to do with me," Kamal Afiq Mustapa Kamal, 28, told Malaysiakini in a street survey. 

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