The Bersih 2.0 Steering Committee has responded to the recommendations of the Parliamentary Select Committee on Electoral Reform.
We must reclaim our democracy. We must never, ever surrender our freedom, exhorts P Ramakrishnan.
The proposed amendments do not address the fact that most major Malaysian newspapers are owned by political parties, states the Centre for Independent Journalism.
On the day after the Bersih 3.0 rallies, Aliran held a high tea fund-raising event in Penang at which Pak Samad and other Bersih Steering Committee members spoke about what happened in KL. Lucia Lai has the story.
Lim Chee Han reflects on the spirited atmosphere and warm response to the Berlin Bersih 3.0 rally.
An Aliran exco member produced this photo story of the memorable Penang Bersih 3.0 rally, the images of which are etched in the memory of all those who participated.
The Canberra Bersih 3.0 gathering was a huge success and a heartwarming gesture of solidarity, writes Radin Faizal Arif.
Malaysians, including Penangites, have awakened to their political rights and responsibilities. Francis Loh writes about the Penang Bersih 3.0 solidarity gathering at the Esplanade on 28 April, which received substantial public support.
If only there was no “Siapa Raja?” attitude that seemed to prevail among our Umno politicians when refusing to allow Bersih 3.0 to use Dataran Merdeka, laments Stephen Tan Ban Cheng.
Bersih is not about Ambiga or Anwar. They are the mere catalysts not the causes. Malaysians want a change for the better, writes Hope.