BERSIH Mass Rally in front of Istana Negara

November 11, 2007 at 1:03 pm 2 comments

A little bit of late news that I just got to know yesterday evening which explains why I’m stucked in a jam of more than half an hour on the road heading towards Istana Negara earlier in the morning.

Apparently, there’s an illegal gathering led by Anwar Ibrahim in an attempt to appeal to The Majesty on actions against unfair elections – specifically targeted at group of people as well as the Election Commissions (SPR). Not a politician myself nor am I very inert in this subject but I find it interesting that such a huge rally do take place in our beloved country, Malaysia. Here’s a video from YouTube – the crowd was massive!


A chronologinal overview or the BERSIH Rally with Google Map from MalaysiaKini.

Chronological overview of BERSIH Rally


If you’d like to read more about this rally, here’s some place to go:


Entry filed under: blogging, community, general interest, knowledge, malaysia.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. cosmic favorite  |  November 12, 2007 at 8:19 pm

    this is scary…

  • 2. ericsoon  |  November 20, 2007 at 9:45 am

    Dude this is not an ILLEGAL march, those NGOs and parties did apply for a permit but was turned down numerous of times. Our stupid politicians are milking everyone’s hard earned income left and right. And please don’t buy any Star newspaper or whatsoever paper since they are mass-controlled by the government. If you have the time read more on, then you’ll know more about whats happening around the country


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