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.
Malaysians in London came together to express their unhappiness over the conduct of the general election and show their solidarity with those at home.
Rafizi Ramli of PKR discusses the allegations of electoral irregularities while Ong Kian Ming of the DAP reveals how Pakatan did much better than people realise.
Some 60000 people flooded the Esplanade in Penang last night – defying a police warning that the gathering was illegal – to hear Anwar insisting that the election result would have been different had the elections been clean and fair.
Aliran continues its photo expose of the recent post-GE13 payouts in Penang.
As suspected, cybertroopers have manipulated two recent online polls on whether Anwar should quit as Pakatan leader following the coalition’s failure to capture Putrajaya.
One eye-witness said the vast majority of the people at the ‘blackout rally’ at Kelana Jaya Stadium on 8 May were youths below the age of 35.
Large crowds have turned out in protests in major cities on peninsular Malaysia in response to a general election marred by allegations of irregularities and vote-buying.
Komas hosts this live discussion on the recent general election.