Live updates from the Bersih 2.0 gathering in Kuala Lumpur to campaign for clean and fair elections. Bersih 2.0 gathering
Bersih 2.0 has agreed to hold its rally in a stadium after an audience with the Agong. This seeming compromise gives the government a headache. People are waiting to hear which stadium... Merdeka Stadium? Bukit Jalil? ... and they will...
A new billboard in KL has sparked speculation over Prime Minister Abdullah Badawi's political future. The billboard, along Jalan Syed Putra near the turnoff to Taman Seputeh, features a large portrait of Abdullah Badawi, at least 10 feet high, with...
Thousands have turned up at Kajang Stadium in a show of solidarity with Anwar Ibrahim hours after the Court of Appeal overturned his acquittal on a charge of sodomy, casting a cloud over his candidacy for the Kajang by-election....
There's still a bit of uncertainty over PKR's choice of candidate for the Permatang Pauh parliamentary by-election. Party strategists are understood to be looking for the most 'winnable' candidate. What do you think? https://secure.polldaddy.com/p/8809459.js Who would be the most winnable candidate for...
Just spoke to a media source just now and he said the crowd last night at Bukit Gantang was closer to 20,000.  (My other media contact had said 10,000 while blog reader Gantangian estimated it at 15,000). Whatever, it...
Look, no splashing of money during election campaigns. Now, why can't the Malaysian Election Commission ensure the Sarawak campaign will be like this? This is from the Times of India: Chief Electoral Officer bans fund allocation from MLAs, MPs PTI, Mar 5, 2011,...
"Makkal Sakthi (People Power)!" thundered speaker after speaker. "Valga (Long live)!" roared back the crowd. I thought I would check out the atmosphere at the DAP ceramah at the Penang Chinese Town Hall in George Town tonight to gauge the...
The reason? According to fz.com, PKR Kedah vice-chairman Gooi Hsiao Leung said: ... there was a complaint from Barisan Nasional (BN) that our banners were offensive. When we pressed further regarding what was so offensive about our banners, they couldn’t...
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. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AyXV1AhGBeU?rel=0&w=600&h=338] [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cxp63mW46_E?rel=0&w=600&h=450] [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t290qkG7Kbg&w=600&h=338] Malaysian Insider...

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