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Last week, following the launch of the Rakyat Reform Agenda (RARA) roadshow in KL on 19th September, 2011, the Malaysian Civil Liberties Movement (MCLM) took its RARA roadshow to Sabah and Sarawak.
To read the news report following the forum in Tawau, click on the news clipping here.
On 29th, September, 2011, as you all might already know by now, I was refused entry into Kuching, Sarawak where, at 7pm that same night, MCLM was to host its RARA forum at the Grand Continental Hotel.
The show, nonetheless, went on.
Jayanath, the man who has crafted MCLM’s Rakyat Reform Agenda, and YB See Chee How, very ably carried the forum through.
Aided by our MCLM Sarawak members who, Jaya has informed me, have vowed to take the RARA initiative far and wide into Sarawak.
At all our forums thus far, attendees have given us the mandate to write to the non-BN parties and ask if they will pledge to implement the RARA if and when they are installed as the federal government at Putrajaya post the 13th GE.
MCLM will undertake the task of communicating this to all non-BN parties after we have concluded our roashow, which will be in Penang on 24th October, in Ipoh on 25th October, and in Johor Bharu on 27th October.
If you’d like to have a brief idea of what the RARA deals with, have a look at the 2-slide powerpoint linked below.
I will, in the coming days, try to explain here in separate posts, each of the four pillars that make up the RARA.