MCLM First KL Public Forum

Posted on December 20, 2010


Date & Time : Tuesday, December 21 · 7:30pm – 10:30pm

Venue : First Floor, KL & Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall

The Malaysian Civil Liberties Movement (MCLM) would like to invite members of the public and the media to the movement’s First KL Public Forum on Tuesday, 21st December 2010 where it will announce the second candidate who has volunteered himself as a candidate for the next general election.

On December 12th, MCLM Chairman Raja Petra Kamarudin unveiled human rights lawyer Malik Imtiaz Sarwar as the movement’s first candidate durin…g a live webcast from London at a forum organised by MCLM to explain the group and its mission.

The purpose of MCLM is to help political parties field better candidates by giving suggestions of viable persons who can serve and educate the public.

Among those speaking at the Public Forum on December 21st are:
1. Haris Ibrahim
2. Malik Imtiaz Sarwar
3. Malaysian Overseas Votes Representative Andrew Yong, and
4. The second candidate.

For further information, please contact Haris Ibrahim at 012-2070534 or visit:
HAVE YOU JOINED MCLM YET? “Negara Kita, Tanggungjawab Kita”.
Come! Join us take ownership of the country. You can pay your membership fee at the forum. Here’s what you do:
1. Complete and submit the MCLM membership form online at (Mandatory)
2. Handover RM50 CASH with “email id” used for registering (or attach copy of the printed form) to Vineeth Menon at KLSCAH.
NOTE: This is just a one time collection to lend a hand to MCLM. Thereafter, please use one of the Payment Options at


The Malaysian Civil Liberties Movement envisions a nation that has fully realised the aspirations of our founding fathers that Malaysia be a nation founded upon the principles of liberty and justice, her people bound together by a unity of purpose and imbibed with self-belief, to make Malaysia a land of prosperity and peace, ever seeking the welfare and happiness of its people and the maintenance of a just peace among all nations,.


MCLM believe that many Malaysians desire changes and reforms as comprehensively laid out in The People’s Voice and The People’s Declaration. MCLM aims to take a leading role in realising these aspirations and encouraging the wider participation of civil society in shaping the future of our nation.