Indigenous protesters confront International Hydropower Association executive director Richard Taylor during an IHA conference in Kuching.
Another well-attended vigil outside the Jinjang Police Station despite a heavy police and light strike force presence.
Police have detained more than 10 people, according to a tweet by DAP Malaysia.
Meanwhile, over in Ipoh, another vigil for Adam Adli.
A school dorm collapsed in Belaga, Sarawak in January 2012, injuring 18 pupils, with five seriously hurt. Work was supposed to have been completed in March 2013 but…
The gathering of tens of thousands in Kedah last night may have demolished the argument that the large turnouts in post-election rallies were mainly due to the presence of many Chinese Malaysians.
The vigil for detained student activist Adam Adli continues. @latheefakoya speaking to the hundreds gathered outside the lokap berpusat KL! Free AdamAdli now twitter.com/cynthia_gabrie… — Cynthia Gabriel (@cynthia_gabriel) May 21, 2013
A bill approved today will result in fat pay hikes for the leaders of Sarawak.
The detained student activist meets his father at the Jinjang Police Station in the presence of lawyer Fadiah Nadwa. Only one lawyer is allowed to accompany @adamadli‘s father.We can only talk to him through the glass.Heartbreaking. twitter.com/FadiahNadwa/st… — Fadiah Nadwa Fikri (@FadiahNadwa) May 21, 2013
Malaysians in London came together to express their unhappiness over the conduct of the general election and show their solidarity with those at home.