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,Young Muslims favour freedom of speech but still think the country should have a strong, authoritarian leader, according to a joint Merdeka Centre-Sisters in Islam survey released today. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, June 16, 2022.

THE majority of Muslim youths in the country agree that the public should be free to speak up and demonstrate their convictions without fear, a survey conducted by the Merdeka Centre and Sisters in Islam (SIS) showed.

However, almost half of the respondents in the Malaysian Muslim Youths’ Perspective on Politics, Economy, Social life and the role of Islam survey felt it was necessary to have an authoritarian leader in order to bring stability.


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