Tag: political protest
Opposition politicians and Aliran take authorities to task for using anti-terrorism law against Bersih leader.
PBB's Idris says low turnout shows political maturity of Sarawakians towards empty rhetoric of rally organisers.
Former assemblyman did not have his medicine for high blood pressure after being detained on the eve of Bersih 5.
A former Bersih participant shares his thoughts online about the rally-goers and how they think.
Organisers say some 400 people braved the rain to turn up for the rally despite the area being cordoned off.
Leaders of Bersih and Red Shirts fail to persuade police to reopen the approaches to the square.
Human rights activist says Bersih chairman has nothing to do with terrorism or violence.
Political analysts say peaceful gathering possible because of steps taken by the authorities and organisers, and lack of political provocation.
Retiree Azizan Saad says he will attend rallies despite his age as he wants to see change.
Deputy IGP says some Bersih road convoy gatherings were not informed to the police as required.
After reports of harassment of Bersih convoys, martial arts group show support for Jamal Yunos.
IGP Khalid Abu Bakar says several reports lodged against the open letter asking Sultan to reconsider ban on street demonstrations.
Ipoh Barat MP says two policemen threatened to take away the microphone, if he and Bercham assemblyman continued speaking.
Some members break bricks with bare hands, others take beatings with sticks, and their leader Jamal Yunos says protests will go on.
Umno Youth leader urges police to close all the roads that Bersih plans to use for the march on Nov 19.
Umno Youth leader reminds members they face disciplinary action if they take part in the planned Bersih 5 street rally on Nov 19.
Seputeh MP says IGP should view the threat with seriousness because Red Shirts followers have taken violent action.
Bersih 2.0 reform group says its chairman was arrested for distributing flyers in Langkon, Sabah.
But Maria Chin Abdullah rejects his 'wild accusation' and says 'we are not into paying anybody to do violence and we have never done that'.
Deputy police chief says action will be taken against those defying the law and causing chaos, whether organisers or outsiders.
Reporters and videographer of The Star and Malaysiakini harrassed while covering Bersih convoy in Selangor.
Bersih 5 rally in KL will go ahead as planned, but locations will not be disclosed until the right time.
Leader of pro-Umno group claims police are giving preferential treatment to Bersih's road convoys.
Head of Naam Tamilar says presence of former Sri Lankan president in Malaysia an insult to Malaysian Tamils.