Ambiga continues to faces more harassment. This was painted on the road in front of her house.
This is supposed to be the going rate for a ‘prime lot’ for a traders’ stall protest outside Ambiga’s house on Thursday and Friday.
“Still no offence?” Ambiga tweeted.
Meanwhile, Anwar, Azmin and Badrul Hashim are due to face charges in court in connection with Bersih 3.0. And to think that the Peaceful Assembly Act, which is supposed to be one of the PM’s newly enacted reform bills, will be used. Three others have been arrested in Terengganu in connection with Bersih 3.0 in KL. All this before the official inquiry can even meet.
In another development, the prosecution has applied for a postponement to 31 October in the cheating trial of former Transport Minister Chan Kong Choy. Apparently, it needed the time to make a “final decision” on the representation submitted by the defence team. No hurry there. Chan has been charged with cheating former Prime Minister Abdullah Badawi into approving Kuala Dimensi Sdn Bhd as the developer for the RM1.9bn transshipment hub project in Pulau Indah Free Zone while allegedly hiding the fact that the development would be financed via bonds with Chan’s support.