Tag: malaysia

Video: Acceptance Speech of the Gwangju Human Rights Award 2016

BERSIH’s chairperson, Maria Chin Abdullah was barred from leaving Malaysia when she was travelling to South Korea to receive the Gwangju Human Rights Award 2016 on behalf of BERSIH. No proper explanation was given to Maria on why she is being banned, except that the

EC must re-appoint assistant registrar officers for voter registration

MEDIA STATEMENT (4 March 2015)   The Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (BERSIH 2.0) demands the Election Commission (EC) re-appoint assistant registrar officers (AROs) from political parties and non-governmental organisations to allow for the comprehensive registration of voters on the electoral roll. With an

EC should stop Sarawak delineation inquiry pending judicial review outcome

MEDIA STATEMENT (21 February 2015) The Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections 2.0 (BERSIH 2.0) calls upon the Election Commission (EC) to immediately stop inquiries on the Sarawak redelineation pending the outcome of a judicial review on the constitutionality of EC’s proposal. EC’s refusal to do so may

Keputusan permohonan semakan kehakiman kes Mejar Zaidi

SIARAN MEDIA (15 Februari 2015)   Kepada para pengarang dan wartawan, Untuk makluman semua, keputusan permohonan bagi semakan kehakiman terhadap kes Mejar Zaidi Ahmad akan diberi pada: Tarikh : 16 Februari 2015 (Isnin).Masa : 12 tengah hariTempat : RKK4, Tingkat 4, Mahkamah Tinggi Kuala Lumpur,

A black eye for judicial independence/ Tamparan kepada kebebasan kehakiman

MEDIA STATEMENT (10 Feb) The Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (BERSIH 2.0) is thoroughly dismayed that the Federal Court saw fit to uphold the Court of Appeal’s verdict on Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim’s second sodomy case, using the flimsiest of arguments and disregarding other

BERSIH Annual Report 2014

BERSIH in 2014: picking up the pieces of GE13 & the race to face redelineation   THE YEAR AFTER the highly charged 13th General Election (GE13) remained a busy one for BERSIH 2.0.   PEMANTAU & People’s Tribunal First, the report of PEMANTAU was published.

64 Objections to the Sarawak Redelineation Proposals

– A promising first step for fairer electoral boundaries MEDIA STATEMENT (6 February 2015)  The Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (BERSIH 2.0) congratulates Sarawakians for putting forward an historic 64 objections to the Election Commission’s redelineation proposals before the deadline on 4 February. This

Delineation is a necessarily public matter 

MEDIA STATEMENT (21 Jan 2015) The Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (BERSIH 2.0) wishes to respond to the censure expressed by the former deputy chairperson of the Election Commission (EC) Wan Ahmad Wan Omar over our briefing to foreign diplomats regarding the ongoing redelineation