Bersih 2.0: Banning of Bersih 4 T-shirts

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Be there and be proud of the Bersih 4 tees as it is a symbol of our fight to bring a sense of justice and stability to this beloved nation of ours, says Maria Chin Abdullah.

The Home Ministry banning of the Bersih 4 tshirts is laughable and it is a show of a desperate government’s inability to deal with diverse views.

Little does the Home Ministry realise that Malaysians have broken barriers and are able to deal with the culture of fear created by those in power, politics of race and using religion to divide and rule.

The demands of Bersih 4 printed on the T-shirts are the people’s call for democratic reform.

We cannot go on having a failed political system that breeds corruption and an ailing economy.

This is the time for every Malaysians to make a stand and demand rationality.

Be there and be proud of the Bersih 4 tees as it is a symbol of our fight to bring a sense of justice and stabilty to this beloved nation of ours.

We have urgent arrest lawyers on standby to deal with any legal situation that may arise. The public should not need to worry.

Maria Chin Abdullah is chairperson of Bersih 2.0 Steering Committee

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