Waging war against the king. In cahoots with foreign conspirators. Possible communists. Planning to overthrow the government. Illegal T-shirts. Bersih 2.0 seems to embody many evils to the authorities, who have arrested more than 100 in attempts to stop Bersih’s 9 July 2011 march. But have the authorities gone overboard in demonising the rally? What about Malaysians’ constitutional right to freedom of expression and right to peaceable assembly?
Dr Nasir Hashim
PETALING JAYA, 29 April 2009: The Election Commission (EC) has approved Parti Sosialis Malaysia (PSM)’s clenched-fist logo and it can now be used in future elections. (Courtesy of PSM)PSM secretary general S Arutchelvan said the party received the approval letter dated 20 April from the EC on 24 April. PSM sought to register their party […]