Some 2000 people gathered at Hong Lim Park in Singapore yesterday in protest against a new regulation that requires certain websites to be licenced.
Student leader Safwan Anang has been arrested while blogger activist Haris Ibrahim and opposition politicians Tamrin Ghafar and Tian Chua have been re-arrested. A tweet from Tian Chua’s account confirms the latest arrest: Tian Chua has just been arrested. #admin — Tian Chua (@tianchua) May 28, 2013
Ambiga and Nurul have met officials of the Singapore High Commission in Kuala Lumpur. “We’re asking the S’pore govt to give the 21 Malaysians a second chance.” @n_izzah w S’pore High Comm officials twitter.com/fahmi_fadzil/s… — Fahmi Fadzil (@fahmi_fadzil) May 23, 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.
A good friend of mine wrote the following, which is something practical all of us could work on in the next few days.
Blog reader Desmond sent this video link with the message: “See Ambiga at her radiant best.”
The Citizens Chant group is holding a public dialogue on the Penang tunnel project on 27 March.