Browsing All Posts filed under »Defend our electoral process«

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 […]

1 million Malaysians to rally to demand the resignation or sacking of the EC and to demand fresh elections

May 14, 2013


At the historic Hari Bangsa Malaysia : Selamatkan Demokrasi gathering at the KL & Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall last night, several NGOs issued the following statement : On 10th May, 2013, Solidariti Mahasiswa Malaysia (SMM), supported by Solidariti Anak Muda Mahasiswa Malaysia (SAMMM)  and several  other NGOs, submitted a memorandum to the Elections Commission (EC)to […]

Will the good people of Klang step forward to TAHAN your polling stations on 5th May?

April 24, 2013


Spoke at Klang last night to about 200-300 people. To my question if they would step forward to defend the polling stations on polling day, I got a resounding “YES”. I am now going to ask those of you present last night to walk your “YES” talk. In fact, I am calling on every Klangite […]

The ABU War Fund : Our final appeal

April 15, 2013


In my post on 4th February, I had appealed to all of you to  help us at ABU with funds. I had then indicated to you that we would need at least RM500,000 to see through all that is planned. My colleagues and I in ABU are humbled and grateful to you. Since that last […]

What does being a Malaysian mean to you?

April 14, 2013


If not TAHAN, then what?

April 14, 2013


The Strategic Evaluation & Advancement Team (SEAT) spent almost a good two months analysing the electoral roll. Among other things, the team sought to identify voters whose Mykads bore the middle digit ’71′, thus indicating that such voters were born overseas. 253,000 such voters were noted. A criteria was used to try and distinguish those […]


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