These are highlights of an Aliran forum on Elections and Democracy in Malaysia featuring Bersih co-chair Ambiga Sreenevasan and Wong Chin Huat.
The rakyat are not swallowing meekly all that Mahathir is spewing out. But he seems to go on and on and on like a broken record, observes gregwar.
Penangites flocked to listen to Bersih 2.0 co-chair Ambiga Sreenevasan speak on the crucial issues that surround the coming general election. Anil Netto has the story.
GEORGE TOWN – More than 500 Penangites gathered at the Caring Society Complex to listen to Bersih 2.0 Steering Committee co-chairperson Ambiga Sreenevasan’s thoughts on ‘Elections and Democracy’ in a forum organised by Aliran today.
Registration is now open for a forum by Ambiga Sreenevasan on ‘Elections and Democracy in Malaysia’. Please register now as only limited places are available.
Henry Loh refuses to be alarmed by the recent actions of race-based groups who are unable or have lost the ability to reason. Instead, he is hopeful that the majority of Malaysians are peace loving and discerning and they will nurture and continue to treasure their ‘voices of reason’.
We must reclaim our democracy. We must never, ever surrender our freedom, exhorts P Ramakrishnan.
Aliran is shocked by Deputy Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar’s glib reaction to the 10 May protest by Malaysian Small and Medium Entrepreneurs Alliance (Iklas) members outside Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan’s home.
A poem dedicated to Ambiga Sreenevasan by Cecil Rajendra.
The text of Ambiga Sreenevasan’s speech when she received the award.