Daily Archives: July 24, 2011

PAS Youth: EC finally admits existence of phantom voters

Jul 25, 11 1:50pm PAS Youth today said that the Election Commission (EC) has finally admitted to the existence of phantom voters on the country’s electoral rolls, confirming fears that the entire process will be compromised by duplication and non-existent … Continue reading

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[Bersih 2.0] The Death of Democracy

This is a short story about what happened that day. BERSIH 2.0, 9th of July 2011. Witness the truth, police brutality and Malaysians unity. Video shot with Nikon D3s by me around Masjid Jamek, Puduraya and Jalan Raja Chulan, Kuala … Continue reading

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Perception: Bersih, Where Do We Go From Here?

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BERSIH 2.0: Kezaliman Penguasa (3).flv

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Bersih 2.0 – 9 Julai 2011

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Aussie councillor horrified at Jeyakumar’s detention

Susan Loone Jul 24, 11 3:18pm A city councillor of Fremantle in Western Australia, Sam Wainwright, has expressed his horror about “the terrible crackdown” on the Bersih 2.0 movement for electoral reforms and free speech that has taken place recently … Continue reading

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PDRM vs Bersih: A tale of two truths

Jul 25, 11 7:51am ‘Why can’t the government put their version on YouTube and ask people to watch and also analyse those already there?’ For full story Here http://malaysiakini.com/news/170919

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Malaysia’s Political Awakening

By John Mallot, East-West Centre ( JOHN R MALOTT was the US Ambassador to Malaysia, 1995-1998, and continues to follow developments in that country closely) Malaysia’s government may assert otherwise, but the evidence is overwhelmingly on Bersih’s side. Malaysia is not … Continue reading

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Why the BN fears indelible ink and automatic registration

Written by  Maclean Patrick, Malaysia Chronicle Back in 2008, the use of indelible ink was mooted and shelved at the eleventh hour. This shocked election observers and when questioned as to why the ink was not used, even-though a batch … Continue reading

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Bersih 2.0: Walking With People

Uploaded by W3IYAN on 10 Jul 2011 First off I apologize for the shaky footage, it was truly an euphoric experience so much so I found myself often shouting or literally shaking with excitement. I was apart of a group of young activists … Continue reading

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