My Sinchew/ Bersih


After all the excitement, people began to contest why the yellow-men in the streets of KL over the weekend were predominantly Chinese.

Najib's departure a matter of time: Jakarta Post

"It is hard to deny some similarities between Malaysia today and what Indonesia experienced in 1998."

Bersih leaders record their police statements

Seven leaders taking part in last weekend's Bersih 4.0 rally arrived at Bukit Aman police headquarters at 10.30 a.m Wednesday morning. to have their statements recorded.

Police to question Mahathir over rally comments

Malaysian police said Wednesday they would question former premier Mahathir Mohamad over statements he made at massive weekend rallies demanding the ousting of current Prime Minister Najib Razak over corruption allegations.

Bersih 4.0: Nazri says 'thank you'

"I want to thank Bersih 2.0 for helping to promote Malaysia as a healthy democracy."

Maria Chin, six others summoned by police

Seven individuals taking part in last weekend's Bersih 4.0 rally will be put under police investigation, including Bersih 2.0 chairman Maria Chin Abdullah.

I was forced to join rally: Mahathir

Tun Dr Mahathir says he was forced to join last weekend's rally seeing how the country's leader abused the judiciary.

A different kind of Merdeka

Unfortunately we have so far not seen any solid moves by the government to address our economic woes.

Bersih organizers, participants to be probed: KL police chief

KL police chief says Bersih 4.0 organizers and participants will be probed under the Peaceful Assembly Act, Sedition Act and Minor Offenses Act.

S4S wants Adenan to drop his support for Najib

S4S says Adenan should live up to his stand on corruption and withdraw his support.for Najib, who is now embroiled in the RM2.6bn scandal.



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