Entry #10235: Censorship of LGBT Issues in Brunei

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RegionBrunei
IssueCensorship of LGBT Issues
StatusOther punishment
Start Datepast
End Datenow
DescriptionIn Brunei, censorship towards LGBT issues are state enforced since the country is based on Sharia Law and managed by the monarchy. Those who are sought to be deviant or critizizing the Bruneian government or promoting something contradictory to Islam could be subjected to imprisonment, fines or exile. In 2019, an Indonesian Instagram account criticizing the Bruneian government on the topics of LGBT rights and freedom of opinion, was reported by the Sultan and Bruneian police authorities.
Sourceshttps://www.bbc.com/indonesia/majalah-42790219


Revision History (5)

Revision by LGBT_southeastasian

Old Value New Value (Current)
NoteIn Brunei, censorship towards LGBT issues are state enforced since the country is based on Sharia Law and managed by the monarchy. Those who are sought to be deviant or critizizing the Bruneian government or promoting something's contradictory to Islam could be subjected to imprisonment, fines or exile. In 2019, an Indonesian Instagram account criticizing the Bruneian government on the topics of LGBT rights and freedom of opinion, was reported by the Sultan and Bruneian police authorities. In Brunei, censorship towards LGBT issues are state enforced since the country is based on Sharia Law and managed by the monarchy. Those who are sought to be deviant or critizizing the Bruneian government or promoting something contradictory to Islam could be subjected to imprisonment, fines or exile. In 2019, an Indonesian Instagram account criticizing the Bruneian government on the topics of LGBT rights and freedom of opinion, was reported by the Sultan and Bruneian police authorities.

Revision by LGBT_southeastasian

Old Value New Value
NoteIn Brunei, censorship towards LGBT issues are state enforced since the country is based on Sharia Law and managed by the monarchy. Those who are sought to be deviant or critizizing the Bruneian government or promoting something's contradictory to Islam could be subjected to imprisonment , lashing , fines or exile . In 2019, an Indonesian Instagram account criticizing the Bruneian government on the topics of LGBT rights and freedom of opinion, was reported by the Sultan and Bruneian police authorities. In Brunei, censorship towards LGBT issues are state enforced since the country is based on Sharia Law and managed by the monarchy. Those who are sought to be deviant or critizizing the Bruneian government or promoting something's contradictory to Islam could be subjected to imprisonment, fines or exile. In 2019, an Indonesian Instagram account criticizing the Bruneian government on the topics of LGBT rights and freedom of opinion, was reported by the Sultan and Bruneian police authorities.

Revision by Muhammadaji2022

Old Value New Value
NoteIn Brunei, censorship towards LGBT issues are state enforced since the country is based on Sharia Law and managed by the monarchy. Those who are sought to be deviant or critizizing the Bruneian government or promoting something's contradictory to Islam could be subjected to imprisonment , lashing , fines or exile . In 2019, an Indonesian Instagram account criticizing the Bruneian government , was reported by the Sultan and Bruneian police authorities. In Brunei, censorship towards LGBT issues are state enforced since the country is based on Sharia Law and managed by the monarchy. Those who are sought to be deviant or critizizing the Bruneian government or promoting something's contradictory to Islam could be subjected to imprisonment , lashing , fines or exile . In 2019, an Indonesian Instagram account criticizing the Bruneian government on the topics of LGBT rights and freedom of opinion, was reported by the Sultan and Bruneian police authorities.

Revision by Muhammadaji2022

Old Value New Value
NoteIn Brunei, censorship towards LGBT issues are state enforced since the country is based on Sharia Law and managed by the monarchy. Those who are sought to be deviant or critizizing the Bruneian government or promoting something's contradictory to Islam could be subjected to imprisonment , lashing , fines or exile . In 2019, an Indonesian Instagram account criticizing the Bruneian government , was reported by the Sultan. In Brunei, censorship towards LGBT issues are state enforced since the country is based on Sharia Law and managed by the monarchy. Those who are sought to be deviant or critizizing the Bruneian government or promoting something's contradictory to Islam could be subjected to imprisonment , lashing , fines or exile . In 2019, an Indonesian Instagram account criticizing the Bruneian government , was reported by the Sultan and Bruneian police authorities.

Revision by Muhammadaji2022

Old Value (Original) New Value
ValueNo censorshipOther punishment
NoteIn Brunei, there are no laws restricting the discussion or promotion of LGBTQ+ topics.In Brunei, censorship towards LGBT issues are state enforced since the country is based on Sharia Law and managed by the monarchy. Those who are sought to be deviant or critizizing the Bruneian government or promoting something's contradictory to Islam could be subjected to imprisonment , lashing , fines or exile . In 2019, an Indonesian Instagram account criticizing the Bruneian government , was reported by the Sultan.
Sourceshttps://www.bbc.com/indonesia/majalah-42790219

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