Browsing All Posts filed under »Defend our electoral process«

BERSIH 2.0 needs funds now

July 23, 2014


I got this alert in the email this morning. Please do your part in two ways. First, give as generously as you can to the cause. Second, spread the word that Bersih 2.0 needs your help. Thank you. _________________________________ BERSIH 2.0 has launched a fund-raising campaign called BERSIH: We are the Champions and I urge […]

Bravo! Global Bersih is a Swiss-based NGO

May 16, 2014


Global Bersih is now a proper NGO based in Geneva, Switzerland, which is widely recognised as the global centre for human rights advocacy. Get the full report HERE.

Kajang by-election : The beginning of the end? The kiss of death? For whom?

February 20, 2014


Sources tell me that an important meeting involving key leaders of PKR, if not Pakatan, is to take place today. Agenda : whether to tell all as to the real reason, or reasons, that have us now bracing ourselves for a by-election in Kajang. Speculation is rife as to what has motivated this forthcoming by-election. […]

Forum :Towards A Fairer Electoral System

February 14, 2014


Date: 15th & 16th Feb, Time: 8am – 6pm, Venue: Civic Centre Auditorium, MBPJ, Petaling Jaya Register here: Day 1 and 2 require separate registration. _____________________________ Topics of interest:   Day 1: ·  If seats were fairly drawn, would PR have won GE13? by Ng CN, TM Delimitation Analyst ·  International criteria for Fair Delimitation, Dr. Lisa […]

Why I will camp out at Padang Merbok

June 23, 2013


We’ve had 3 BERSIH rallies demanding a slew of electoral reforms. What did they give us? An indelible ink which was not indelible. And how is it that with just 47% of the votes cast, Najib & Co are still in Putrajaya? We may never know how much of that 47% was made up of stolen […]

EC goes or we stay! See you all at Padang Merbok

June 22, 2013


Pesta Rakyat Tuntut Demokrasi on 25/5/2013: Conviction, overcoming fear, and action

May 23, 2013


History is replete with accounts of great men and women who have given their lives, their liberty, their homes, their families in pursuit of a cause that served the greater good of their fellow human beings. Aung San Suu Kyi. Mandela. Biko. Ghandi. Their actions bear testimony to their conviction to stand by and defend their ideals, at […]


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