OK, here are the demands:
BERSIH 2.0 has been actively advocating electoral reform but our demands have fallen on deaf ears. The time has come for those mandated to administer the nation to “listen to the voices of the rakyat”. There is a clamour worldwide for greater democratisation of societies and we would invite those in power to heed those voices.
In this light, BERSIH 2.0 has decided to organise a rally: Perhimpunan BERSIH 2.0
The demands of the rally are:
-Clean the electoral roll
-Reform postal vote
-Use indelible ink
-Free & fair access to media
-Minimum 21 days campaign period
-Strengthen public institutions
-Stop dirty politics
for people who don't understand or refuse to understand English, I made a banner:
feel free to copy the URL and redistribute this banner.
So, is it wrong for us to support these demands?
Added on June 15, 2011, 1:58 pmofficial page: http://bersih.org/
BTW, the words and design were lifted from the official T-Shrt, can be ordered here:
This video explains clearly why a clean and fair election is needed.
Also will answer the often quoted disinformation "If elections in Malaysia are not clean, how come Pakatan can win 5 states and 82 Parliament seats?"
This post has been edited by Faidzal: Jul 9 2011, 12:38 AM
BERSIH 2.0 and their demands, Is it wrong for us to support it? (Local Politics)