In this photo taken on Saturday, March 5, 2016, Malaysia men are silhouetted against taxied Malaysia Airlines' planes in Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Sepang, Malaysia. (AP Photo/Joshua Paul)
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Malaysia is able to impose a three-year travel ban on its citizens who discredit or ridicule the government, the Star newspaper reported Wednesday, as criticism against the scandal-tainted Prime Minister Najib Razak grows.Najib has denied any wrongdoing, and has said he has taken no money for personal gain.He has sacked critics within his ruling party and has used a different law, the Sedition Act, which has been criticised by rights groups, against opposition party leaders, activists and lawyers.His government also passed the National Security Act last year, which critics say gave sweeping powers to the prime minister, imperilling democracy and human rights.
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