Day: November 14, 2007

Malaysia PM suddenly has a fight on his hands

Wed Nov 14, 2007 By Sayed Salahuddin KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Malaysia’s biggest anti-government protest in a decade has ended in a cloud of tear gas, but one thing is now clear — the prime minister has a fight on his hands as he heads

Bar Council: Team 7's report on the BERSIH Gathering

Tuesday, 13 November 2007 06:09pm A team of 5 members commissioned by the Bar Council’s Human Rights Committee and KL Legal Aid Centre was stationed at the intersection between Jalan Tun Perak and Jalan TAR to monitor and document the situation in that area during

Bar Council: Team 2's report on the BERSIH Gathering

Tuesday, 13 November 2007 09:48pm Contributed by the Human Rights Committee Sasha Lyna, Adilah Ariffin, Renuka Balasubramaniam and Komathi Arunasalam formed Team 2 and were stationed at Masjid Negara. This is their report.

Batu Buruk: Suhakam to hold public inquiry

Malaysiakini Nov 14, 07 In a dramatic about-turn, the Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) today announced that it would be holding a public inquiry into the September Batu Buruk riot in Kuala Terengganu.

Anwar: The people have spoken

Terence Netto (Mkini) Nov 14, 07 PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim applauded Malaysians for marching in the peaceful demonstration in Kuala Lumpur organised by Bersih, the Coalition for Free and Fair Elections, on Nov 10.

Police summon Bersih leaders to meeting

Soon Li Tsin Nov 14, 07 Four Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) leaders have been told to report to the Commercial Crimes Department in Kuala Lumpur tomorrow morning over a police report made against them.

Rights lawyer: KL lockdown illegal

Andrew Ong Nov 14, 07     Police acted illegally when they locked down Kuala Lumpur ahead of the massive Bersih rally last Saturday, claimed human rights lawyer N Surendren.

'Wear yellow every Saturday'

Malaysiakini – Nov 13, 07 Malaysians were urged to wear yellow every Saturday in a protest against the government, after a rally calling for election reform was suppressed with water cannons and tear gas.

Yellow Saturdays / Gelombang Kuning tiap hari Sabtu

BERSIH urges all concerned Malaysians to wear something yellow (clothing, hat/cap, ribbon, etc) every Saturday to show your support and solidarity for our Clean and Fair Elections campaign. BERSIH mengajak rakyat Malaysia yang perihatin untuk mengenakan apa jua berwarna kuning (pakaian, topi, riben) pada setiap