Writing for Wall Street Journal."The right to protest is fundamental in all democracies but it is a right that must be matched by a responsibility to respect general public safety." - Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.The quotes, according to Bernama here, were part of the PM's opinion piece which was published by the Wall Street Journal's weekend edition.
Well done, 4th floor boys!
But public safety has come under the threat of a rising crime rate in the city, not from people who want to march quietly and peacefully to express themselves.
I wonder if editors at WSJ subscribe to the views expressed by our PM here.
Sunday, December 09, 2007
PM: Right to protest is fundamental
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