BN refusing to accept calls by Opposition and Bersih for reforming the Electoral Rolls

By Dr Chen Man Hin, DAP life advisor
22nd May 2012

Yesterday, Anwar, Azmin and Badrul were served with charges by police claiming that they incited the crowd to crash the Dataran barricade.

Unable to counter the rising tide of dissatisfaction of the people, and scared by the gigantic crowds at Bersih 3 demonstration, they are resorting to police harassment and fabricating baseless charges, like the ones against Anwar, Azmin and Badrul.

Najib and UMNO are refusing to listen to the demands of Bersih 3 and the Opposition.

They refuse to admit that the Malaysian Spring has erupted as shown by the gigantic gathering of some 300,000 demonstrators in the streets around Dataran Merdeka. The demonstrators were represented by all the races of this country, by young and old and by friendly smiling youths and the common people who are honest, simple Malaysians who want to show that they love their country, and they want clean and free elections at the coming elections.

PM Najib is best advised to listen to the voices of the Malaysian Spring. Arrests and fabricating false charges will not quell the unrest and dissatisfaction in the country.

PM Najib should sit down with Ambiga and the Bersih committee and listen to their demands and advice.

PR leaders have called for a Commission of Enquiry to study and analyse the Bersih demonstration gather photo graphic evidence of police brutality and to propose reforms to the Election Commission in order to have clean, fair and free elections.

  1. #1 by monsterball on Tuesday, 22 May 2012 - 2:42 pm

    Najib will never listen to the demands of BERSIH 3 people.
    His “People First” is to fool Malaysians.
    His hypocrisy and flip flopping are welknown to all.
    He is the most unreliable PM.
    He is delaying and delaying the 13th GE to save his own skin.
    How many times have you seen Anwar going to court for all sorts of charges under Najib’s PMship.
    He is the most untrustworthy PM.

  2. #2 by yhsiew on Tuesday, 22 May 2012 - 3:48 pm

    Come on, how do you expect a desperate Najib to accept calls by the Opposition and Bersih to reform the electoral rolls. He is so desperate that he even resorts to court procedures to bring Anwar down (Awar is charged in court for illegal street assembly today).

  3. #3 by negarawan on Tuesday, 22 May 2012 - 7:42 pm

    UMNO knows that it will loose a simple majority unless it cheats in the upcoming elections with the collaboration from the EC which is headed by UMNO members. Malaysia really needs the intervention of the UN and leading nations of the world to impose political sanctions on UMNO. Otherwise, it will be too late. Pressure from within is not effective anymore as all the government agencies including the police and judiciary are fully controlled and manipulated by UMNO. May Allah save Malaysia from destruction by UMNO.

  4. #4 by k1980 on Wednesday, 23 May 2012 - 8:45 am

    If the EC cleans up its electoral rolls, then goodbye to bn forever in the 13GE because thousands of phantom voters would not get to vote for it

  5. #5 by Bigjoe on Wednesday, 23 May 2012 - 8:48 am

    Look at Najib’s track record – he NEVER follows through on his sensational PR – one way or other – his threats AND glorious promises are not worth the paper its written on. He just don’t have it in him to do the really hard stuff. He just don’t have it in him..

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