Bersih 2.0 gives us an insight into the proceedings of the historic tribunal examining the GE13 irregularities.
Pada 30 November 2013, organisasi pendukung Bersih 2.0 telah selesai memilih lima anggota baru jawatankuasa pemandu Bersih.
Bersih is discontinuing its defamation suit against the New Straits Times after it agreed to apologise for linking the coalition and three others to a “plot to destabilise government”.
Bersih’s much anticipated People’s Tribunal on GE13 is set to convene on 18-22 September 2013. This is one event that will be worth following.
These are highlights of an Aliran forum on Elections and Democracy in Malaysia featuring Bersih co-chair Ambiga Sreenevasan and Wong Chin Huat.
The setting up of a bipartisan parliamentary special select committee to oversee the Election Commission amounts to nothing but a cosmetic makeover, says Steven Sim.
People turned up for Bersih 3.0 in swarms without the attraction of free T-shirts, food or transport, and that is People Power, says Tota.
Oppression and intimidation will not succeed, because Malaysians will rise up and not relent, says Bersih.
The rakyat can take comfort that the process of change is now firmly in place and politics in Malaysia will never be the same again, says Henry Loh.
As Malaysians head to the polls, perhaps it is a good time to pause and look backward towards the lessons of the 2008 general election, says Christopher Chong.