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Back in Malaysia, discrimination against members of the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) community reached new levels of seriousness ; sodomy remained a crime. In fact, the Government maintained its refusal to think about repeal of post 377A-B of the penal code, that criminalises "carnal intercourse against the order of nature"and devoting it with all the penalty of imprisonment for a term extendable to twenty decades. During 2013 a government-backed musical aiming to frighten young people about the perils of being lesbian, gay, bisexual or bisexual sparked broad controversy over its potential to incite hate. In January 2013, a workshop on LGBTtook place at the Politeknik Seberang Prai and added the participation of 200 representatives comprising teachers and parents in 176 colleges in the Seberang Prai Utara and Seberang Prai Tengah districts. At this occasion, Deputy Education Minister, Datuk Dr Mohd Puad Zarkashi, said that LGBT was comparable to a social sickness that could be prevented and cured. During a former conference in September 2012, he endorsed a parenting guide describing symptoms of homosexuality. The same year, Prime Minister NajibRazak known as the LGBT community a good illustration of "deviant culture" threatening Malaysia. Long-term detention without a trial remained an issue. The Safety Offences (Special Measures) 2012 Act (SOSMA) did replace the infamous Internal Security Act (ISA) on 31 July 2012 and reduced detention without charge by 60 (extendable for 2 years) to no longer than 28 days, while requiring a defendant to be charged in court or published afterwards. Despite the optimistic advancement -- based on this Bill, detention is appropriate only for the purpose of busy police investigations, and imm...