Daily Archives: July 26, 2011

This is how the Election Commission helps BN to cheat voters

Kenny Gan The hallmark of a democratic system is the holding of elections at periodic intervals to allow the people to choose their government. A government which must renew its mandate from the people should result in better and more … Continue reading

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EVIDENCE….Bag of postal votes found in Tebobon river just after the 2008 elections. Until now there has been no word from the police about this. By : DANIEL JOHN JAMBUN THE BN has a strong reason to fear the coming … Continue reading

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Wikipedia :

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia he Bersih 2.0 rally (also called the Walk for Democracy) was a demonstration in Kuala Lumpur held on 9 July 2011 as a follow-up to the 2007 Bersih rally. The rally, organised by the Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih), … Continue reading

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Pakatan says EC concedes that phantom voters exist

Jul 27, 11 2:20pm Pakatan Rakyat today said that it is vindicated as the Election Commission’s (EC) planned biometric system is an indirect admission that phantom voters are a norm in elections – an issue often raised by the opposition … Continue reading

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EC no. 2 grilled in public over ‘powerless’ claim

EC no. 2 grilled in public over ‘powerless’ claim Harakahdaily Jul 27: “We are powerless” and “we don’t make decisions” summarise the explanation by Election Commission deputy chairman Wan Ahmad Wan Omar yesterday’s packed public dialogue organised by Malay daily Sinar … Continue reading

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Apocalypse begins

By Aliran, on 26 July 2011  [Translate] Dealing with the current madness will not be easy or comfortable, predicts Soothsayer. So, evaluate yourselves and gauge the strength of your will power before you take the first step on this perilous journey, … Continue reading

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The ghosts of Mahathirism

Stanley Koh  | July 27, 2011 Najib has failed the leadership test in his handling of Bersih 2.0. COMMENT Is Mahathirism back with a vengeance? Recent events do make it seem like the Najib regime has decided to adopt the former prime … Continue reading

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After Kuala Lumpur’s Bersih 2.0 Rally: Impact And Implications – Analysis

The Bersih 2.0 rally in Kuala Lumpur did not end in widespread violence and inter-ethnic conflict as initially feared, though there was fracas between the police and protesters. But the handling of the rally by the authorities may incur political … Continue reading

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Bersih 2.0 and lessons learned from history

Dennis G. Kloeth, Jakarta | Mon, 07/18/2011 8:00 AM If history is anything to go by, then Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak better understand that the riots of Saturday, July 9, were merely ringing the bell for the final round … Continue reading

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Ambiga wants non-partisan committee for electoral reform

By Shazwan Mustafa Kamal, The Malaysian Insider SHAH ALAM, July 26 — Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan today proposed that the Election Commission (EC) set up a special committee to discuss issues concerning electoral reform following public outcry over the existing electoral system. The … Continue reading

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