Maybe she did.
Even if she did, should she be slapped with sedition charges. Is there another way of dealing with this MP?
Parti Keadilan Rakyat vice-president and Lembah Pantai MP Nurul Izzah was alleged to have made seditious remarks in Parliament when she delivered a speech on behalf of her father, jailed Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim.
She is now freed on bail.
Nurul Izzah attacked the judiciary - specifically the five Federal Court judges who upheld Anwar's conviction under Section 377A.
Her supporters are defending her legal right saying that she enjoyed parliamentary privileges as her her remarks were uttered in parliament.
Others who are pissed with her have cited a section under the Sedition Act on parliamentary privileges.
Whether or not Nurul Izzah as an MP, is subject to or is exempted from this privilege is an issue of debate.
Perhaps, her remarks were excessive. And offensive. In fact, they were meant to attack the judges. After all, that was Anwar's speech.
Frankly, I think there are "better" ways to deal with this kind of situations. Censure her, perhaps. Debate it in the august house, perhaps.
That was clearly very political, on Nurul Izzah's part. So, deal with her on the same turf even if it is in the House.
You can explain it all you want. Justfify it all you want. You know that this ain't looking good from wherever you are standing.
You and I may disagree with her remarks but they were were uttered in Parliament. She did not touch on the Rulers and all that are forbidden.
And you still wonder why?