Usah terjerat pasal hak, kerana hak bukan untuk satu orang dan satu kumpulan. Hak anda untuk bersuara perlu hormati hak orang lain untuk bersuara atau tidak mahu ambil kisah dan hidup aman dan damai.
Hak untuk guna Dataran Merdeka perlu mengikut undang-=undang dan peraturan. Jika semu amahu guna sesuka hati, rosak dan tidak terjaga tempat itu.
Ada undang-undang dan peraturan untuk tentukan ini semua. Ikuti sedutan Another Brick in the Wall berikut:
SatrD here added that "Datuk Normah Malik may have overlooked some of the provisions in the Peaceful Assembly Act. From a very strict interpretation of the Act," even national level events can be conducted there. See the act below:
Second, they claimed DBKL have no right to evict the campers from Dataran Merdeka. Read DBKL answer:
KUALA LUMPUR, April 24 — Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) has justified its clampdown on Occupy Dataran activists, saying that it had given the movement many “chances” before finally deciding to take action today.
This is despite the fact that legal provisions, specifically the local ordinances, gave City Hall the power to do so.
“We’re not using any new laws. The ‘undang-undang kecil Dataran Merdeka’ has been there for more than 10 years.
“We gave these people a chance before, gave them chances to stop it, to walk away. They did not heed our advice... so we took action today,” DBKL’s corporate planning division head Dr Ismail Stapa told The Malaysian Insider.
“The by-law has always been there, its just that we did not enforce it before today. Now we are left with no choice but to do so,” he stressed.
DBKL detained four pro-Occupy Dataran activists today, hours after chasing the movement away from Dataran Merdeka.
Read more here
SatD here produced the following:
By-Law 4. Offences. No person shall, unless approved by the Commissioner in writing, in the Dataran Merdeka-(a) eat any food, drink or smoke any cigarette, cigar or any tobacco;(b) cut, remove, damage, pluck any leaf, branch, flower or seed of any plant or tree;(c) cut, uproot, dig, remove or damage any plant, tree or grass;(d) excavate or remove any earth;(e) climb any tree or structure;(f) dirty, deface, make alteration to, displace or damage any structure;(g) nail, tie, bind, chain, draw, scribble, paint, spray, mark, affix, inscribe, display, place or hang anything on any tree, plant or structure;(h) walk over, step or stand on any planting bed or shrubbery; (i) enter or climb the hundred metre flag pole;(j) ride, drive, pull or push any vehicle whether mechanically propelled or otherwise or slide with a skate;(k) contaminate or pollute the water in any fountain;(l) deface or remove any notice displayed by the Commissioner;(m) spit, urine or defecate;(n) displace, make any alteration to, remove, deface or tamper with anything displayed, exhibit, affixed, hung, placed, constructed or set up by the Commissioner;(o) erect any tent, booth, shed or other structure;(p) drop, throw, deposit, place or leave anything whatsoever;(q) kindle any fire or any fireworks or crackers;(r) lie down or sleep in any part of Dataran Merdeka; or(s) allow any animal which is under his control to enter or remain in any part of Dataran Merdeka.
By-Law 6. No entry at certain hours. No person shall remain in the Dataran Merdeka between 1 a.m. and 6 a.m.
By-Law 8. Prohibition against holding assembly, etc. without permit. No person shall unless exempted, hold any public address, demonstration, assembly, meeting, gathering or any other activity in the Dataran Merdeka without a permit from the Commissioner.
By-Law 10. Application for permit. (1) An application for a permit to hold any public address, demonstration, assembly, meeting, gathering or any other activity shall be made in writing to the Commissioner in such form as may be determined by the Commissioner.(2) Where the application is approved, the Commissioner shall, on payment of a sum as deposit as he may determine, issue to the applicant a permit.(3) The permit holder shall comply with the conditions attached to the permit.
By-Law 14. Power to order out of Dataran Merdeka. Any person who contravenes any of the provisions of these By-laws may be ordered out of the Dataran Merdeka by the Commissioner.
By-Law 15. Penalty. Any person who contravenes any of the provisions of these By-laws shall be guilty of an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or a term of imprisonment not exceeding one year or to both.Third, fu*k all these rhetorics on rights to do this and that, freedom of this and that, and whatever. For all the rights and freedom on one side, there is the right and freedom for the other side. All this is sorted out and balanced through law and order.
If these vagrants and anarchist thinks the Malaysian law and order is repressive and one can simply do public protests and demonstrations in Britain, US, Canda, Australia and those so-called democratically advanced countries. Tell that to the Palestinians.
Even in a matured liberal society like Britain, there are clear of rules and authority for peaceful protest. See this phamplet written by an activist group.
Download here.and read it, *ssh*le!
To quote back from Rocky's ole posting dated July 19 2011 here, there are rules like these to hold bersih 2.0 rally in Britain:
Check with Ginie Lim in London on how it was done.1. The police allowed the protesters to hold a demonstration2. The protesters agreed to confine themselves to the road divider and only to the road divider (which is about 30 feet long, I guess)3. No protester must cross the line (except when snapping pictures of themselves)4. A couple of uniformed cops were present to ensure that the protesters did not cross the line5. The protesters had to observe a time limit