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40,000 protest in Malaysia for “just and fair electoral system”

Posted by theonlinecitizen on November 10, 2007

40,000 people took to the streets in Malaysia today calling for a “just and fair electoral system” in the country.

Above picture from Jeff Ooi’s blog.

Also visit Malaysiakini for the latest updates.

Below is the news report from Al Jazeera. (Visit the site for more.)

 

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2 Responses to “40,000 protest in Malaysia for “just and fair electoral system””

  1. Robert HO said

    RH:
    1. Several sharp insights into the Malaysian 40,000-person protest and why it holds so many important lessons for us here in Singapore, from Opposition parties to NGOs and civil society:

    http://www.singaporedemocrat.org/articlepoliticalreform.html

  2. Look out for any collapse of Malaysian government if the situation gets worst over there. This is not good for Singapore. Foreign investors might run away with their money.

    This is what PAP cannot control. They still don’t read the situation nowadays.

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