The powers-that-be must get it into their thick heads that the whole country, every inch of it, belongs to the people, asserts Tota.
The Canberra Bersih 3.0 gathering was a huge success and a heartwarming gesture of solidarity, writes Radin Faizal Arif.
The huge Bersih 3.0 crowd testified to the fact that many people no longer trust the BN government, let alone the Election Commission, to ensure free and fair elections, reports Sarajun Hoda Abdul Hassan.
Tessa Houghton describes her experience as an observer at the Bersih 3.0 rally in KL.
Any independent inquiry into the violence that broke out at the tail-end of the Bersih 3.0 rally would not be complete without a thorough examination of whether agents provocateurs or others bent on inciting violence were present in the crowd, writes Anil Netto
The heavy-handed treatment of Bersih marchers on 28 April must be the spring-board from which a nation-wide movement must be launched to end 55 years of continuous, unbroken one party rule at the ballot box, writes Tommy Thomas, who participated in the rally.
The crackdown by the authorities on protest rally organised by Bersih, has shown the ruling party in a bad light, writes Anil Netto.
You want to talk about 1Malaysia? This is one Malaysia: during a time of shared pain, people consoled and helped each other out regardless of race, religion or social standing, observes Oon Yeoh.
Bersih 3.0 saw Malaysians irrespective of age, ethnicity or gender, from across the globe and across Malaysia holding hands to say, we are the Spirit, Heart and Soul of Malaysia. We, mature Malaysians, now say: bring on the reforms, asserts Bersih Mum.
An initially hesitant Yuganeshwaran Muthumaniam got caught up in the excitement on the streets, where he noted that Bersih 2.0 had succeeded in uniting Malaysians in a way that Najib’s 1Malaysia had failed.