Video: Opposition MPs march in solidarity with detained Rafizi Ramli


Opposition MPs this morning marched from Parliament to Bukit Aman police headquarters to protest the arrest of Pandan MP Rafizi Ramli under the Official Secrets Act. Rafizi was remanded for three days yesterday.

It is so sad that a whistleblower should be detained while the corrupt roam free. If this can happen to an elected rep, then what hope do the rest of us have?

Abolish repressive laws.

Please help to support this blog if you can.

Read the commenting guidlelines for this blog.
Notify of

Most Voted
Newest Oldest
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
David Loman

Pandan MP Rafizi Ramli wants to know how much longer inspector-general of police Khalid Abu Bakar will take before ordering the arrest of 1MDB chief executive Arul Kanda Kandasamy for allegedly misappropriating the firm’s funds. This is in regard to Rafizi’s claim that 1MDB had misappropriated RM288 million, meant to be payment to Lembaga Tabung Angkatan Tentera (LTAT), by paying of its own debts. Rafizi, who lodged a police report on the matter on April 30, claimed he obtained the information from classified documents, for which he has been charged with breaching the Official Secrets Act (OSA). “The National Audit… Read more »


People are questioning why Rafizi is breaking the OSA. While he has challenged the law before, its never to the point of risking his seat and jail. There may be more to meet the eye. He must have thought it through whether he can challenge the OSA. If it works, it adds to his political stature and contender for pole position in the opposition

Phua Kai Lit

Welcome to London, rich Russians …… and err, rich Malaysians :


OSA about 1MDB link with Sungai Besi military camp is the one the authority does not want Rafizi to reveal whether its true or not?

Marvel Shield Agent

Washington Post: Malaysian’s leader is a friend Obama should lose BACK IN January, Malaysia’s autocratic-minded prime minister, Najib Razak, tried to decree the end to a scandal involving the appearance of $681 million in his personal bank accounts. After an attorney general he installed reported that the money was a donation from the Saudi royal family, and did not involve wrongdoing, Mr. Najib declared: “The matter has been comprehensively put to rest.” Malaysians who argued otherwise, officials suggested, risked prosecution under the country’s draconian sedition law. Fortunately for the rule of law in Malaysia, the strongman’s gambit failed. Revelations about… Read more »

Phua Kai Lit

Persona non grata in countries like the USA soon?

But still welcomed in Kazakhstan …..


Are you suggesting US$ has nothing to do with USA? Heard of CIA? George Soros? Regime change?


The OSA was supposed to be used for security, at best national interest reason. How is a transaction between 1MDB and LTAT would affect national interest or security? With this OSA, they can basically commit genocide and stamp it OSA and we can’t even talk about it..


Malays should wake up!

Ambeng Jair

How can the police barge into the parliament to arrest Rafizi?
No respect to our parliament at all.
Shame on you Pandikar to allow this to happen.