Day: September 11, 2007

Media Statement: Incident in Batu Burok, KT

1. On 8th September 2007, the Coalition for Free and Fair Election or BERSIH that comprises various political parties and NGO’s planned to hold a peaceful rally in the form of road show to convey their demands for a free and fair election in Batu

BERSIH calls for a Royal Commission of Enquiry

Harakah (English Section) KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 10 (ES) – Islamic Party of Malaysia (PAS) Terengganu Commissioner Datuk Mustafa Ali noted a group of individuals who came later at a roadblock erected by the police some half a kilometre away from the intended venue of the

Police provoked riot: PAS

10 September 2007 | 03:30 min Video: Police provoked riot: PAS PAS vice-president Mustafa Ali told a press conference at party headquarters in Kuala Lumpur today that news reports of the shooting were distorted. “The cameras of photographers were confiscated and reporters were barred from

(The Sun) Nazri: Take severe action against rioters

B.Suresh Ram, Charles Ramendran and Giam Say Khoon KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 10, 2007): Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Mohd Nazri Abdul Aziz says severe action should be taken against the rioters in Kuala Terengganu on Saturday (Sept 8) evening.

[Malaysiakini] Agent provocateurs instigated rioting: PAS

Bede Hong Sep 10, 07 4:19pm PAS today claimed that the violence which rocked Kuala Terengganu on Saturday night was instigated by police agent provocateurs. The opposition party also accused political secretary to Internal Security Minister Wan Mohd Farid Wan Salleh (left) of having a

The Star: Obey the law and avoid chaos

Monday September 10, 2007 KUALA LUMPUR: Follow the law or else the country will plunge into chaos – this stern warning came from Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Malaysiakini: Bullets killed 'feel good' factor

Yoges Palaniappan Sep 10, 07 4:19pm Barely 24 hours after the government unveiled a generous budget, the ‘feel good’ factor it spawned came to a premature death during a clash between the police and opposition supporters. This was Opposition Leader Lim Kit Siang’s take on

(Malaysiakini) Bloody ceramah: Suhakam wants full facts

Fauwaz Abdul Aziz Sep 10, 07 4:56pm A very concerned Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) wants to meet with the police and the opposition to find out what actually transpired at the bloody ceramah in Pantai Batu Buruk in Kuala Terengganu on Saturday night.

(Malaysiakini) Police chief: Shot fired in self-defence

Sep 10, 07 The policeman who discharged his firearm injuring two people in Kuala Terengganu on Saturday had acted out of desperation when he was allegedly set upon by a mob armed with sticks. Contacted today, Terengganu police chief SAC I Ayub Yaakob stressed the