No right to impose burden on healthcare


WE refer to the letter “Legal perils of the Control of Tobacco Product and Smoking Bill 2022” (The Star, Sept 14; online at https://bit.ly/3DAf7dT) by former Chief Justice of Malaysia Tun Zaki Tun Azmi, voicing concerns over the constitutionality of the Control of Tobacco Product and Smoking Bill 2022 (Bill).

Zaki contends that the “essence of a generational endgame can be argued to be discriminatory, as it deprives a generation of adults from exercising what they may claim to be their freedom of choice while other adults face no similar deprivation.”

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