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The Bersih committee revealed that they collected a total of RM2,450,000 in donations.
Bersih also claimed they attracted 500,000 participants to rally in just KL centre alone. Do you know how much waste – damage and garbage – half a million people can generate from their intense hyperactivities and not to mention sleepover? (more…)
Aug 26 – THREE days to go
Aug 25 – FOUR days to go
Aug 24 – FIVE days to go
Aug 23 – SIX days to go
Aug 22 – SEVEN days to go
Aug 21 – EIGHT days to go
Updated Aug 20 – NINE days to Bersih 4.0
Note: It’s ten days to Bersih 4.0 that’s planned to start on Aug 29. I shall do the countdown in my blog.
BELOW: Hannah Yeoh swears that she will clean up Malaysia
“Our government seems quite happy to let people die of starvation and exposure out in the open sea because apparently that’s what we Malaysians want,” Marina Mahathir wrote in her J–Star column on Thursday.
Excerpt from a report in The Sydney Morning Herald on 8 Jan 2014:
“Most Australians think asylum seekers who arrive by boat are not genuine refugees and there is strong support for the Abbott government to treat boat arrivals more harshly.
“A nationwide opinion poll by UMR Research shows that 59 per cent of people think most boat arrivals are not genuine refugees.
Human Rights Watch deputy Asia director Phil Robertson has criticized Malaysia for its “cold-hearted policies”, according to Global Voices Online.
Meanwhile the NGOs are defiant. Eric Paulsen warned that it would be “extremely foolish for authorities to act against aid workers”.