Malaysiakini Khairil Zhafri | Jan 24, 08 The Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) has urged the Election Commission to investigate an alleged case of pre-election bribery in Penang during the 2004 general election as reported in national Chinese dailies yesterday.
Bersih: EC must probe 'rice for votes' scandal
Malaysiakini Soon Li Tsin | Jan 23, 08 DAP’s economic advisor Tony Pua today adduced an array of evidence of irregularities in the Petaling Jaya Utara (PJU) electoral roll and urged the Election Commission to look into the matter.
Malaysiakini Andrew Ong | Jan 24, 08 Elections watchdog Mafrel said it hopes to join forces with Malaysian Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) to educate voters on their rights.
The Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (BERSIH) urges the Elections Commission to investigate an alleged case of pre-election bribery in Penang. It has been reported in the Chinese-language national dailies that the State Assemblyman for Kebun Bunga, Penang, Quah Kooi Heong, was personally involved in distributing rice packets to his constituents with an explicit […]
23 January 2008 Coalition for Free and Fair Elections (BERSIH) wishes all Hindu Malaysians a joyful Thaipusam. May the celebration further motivate all citizens of multicultural Malaysia to clean up our electoral process which is marred by all sort of problems ranging from phantom voters, postal voting, mass transfer of voters, to gerrymandering and mal-apportionment.
NST, 2008/01/21 By Rosli Zakaria KUALA TERENGGANU: The Sessions Court was yesterday urged to discharge all the 25 men accused of taking part in a riot in Batu Buruk last year.
Jan 20, 2008 The Kuala Terengganu High Court granted bail to Suwandi Ab Ghani and Muhamad Azman Abd Aziz, the two victims of the Batu Buruk shooting incident on 8 September last year.
Malaysiakini Sim Kwang Yang | Jan 19, 08 An electoral contest in any constituency during a general election can be a horrendous pressure-cooker for those directly involved in it.
Press Release 18 January 2008 The Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (BERSIH) condemns the charges against 12 of its leaders and supporters who were arrested at Parliament on 11 December 2007. BERSIH’s view is that the exercise was ‘politically motivated’ and makes a complete mockery of the democratic process. What kind of democratic country […]
17 January 2008 Ten supporters of polls reform group Bersih were today charged with illegal assembly by breaching a police ban to gather at the Parliament building on Dec 11.