Bersih started out as a Joint Action Committee for Electoral Reform which was formed in July 2005.
In the following year September 2006, an Electoral Reform Workshop was held in Kuala Lumpur whereby the various leaders from political parties, civil society groups and NGOs, including Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, Lim Guan Eng, PAS, Nasharudin Mat Isa, Teresa Kok, Syed Shahir Syed Mohamud among others, came together to formulate a joint communiqué.
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The Muslim Consumers Association of Malaysia (PPIM) claimed that ethnic Chinese businesses regularly cheat Malay consumers as a legitimate way for them to get extra profit.
The riot came after a 22-year-old man was reportedly handed to the police for allegedly stealing a mobile phone Saturday, after which his accomplice contacted their friends who then assaulted workers from a mobile phone store and caused an estimated RM70,000 in damage.
Rumours had spread on social media after the alleged theft that the Chinese trader had sold the Malay man a counterfeit phone, leading to calls for boycotts of “cheating” Chinese traders and the complex itself.
Self sufficient ride by the Bo F group will start off from QBM to Gurney Plaza along the completed 12.5 Km QBM-GAMA lane... Gurney Plaza will sponsor light snack with chocolate drink and mineral water at their precinct. The 3rd group led by will start from Karpal Singh drive at 745am and cycle south to their work places at Queensbay and FTZ.
will start from Queensbay at 715 am and rendezvous with the usual Karpal sing drive group led by YB Lim Siew Kim at 745am before continuing to Gama and hence to their respective work places.
) or Bersih (meaning clean in Malay) is a coalition of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) which seeks to reform the current electoral system in Malaysia to ensure free, clean and fair elections.
The idea of Bersih was initiated by five opposition parties in 2005 which later included other NGOs in this as well.
Bo F 2nd fellowship ride in conjuction with launching of Gurney Plaza bicycle park by YB Chow Kon Yeow on the 31st January. come earlier to *sembang sembang* 7-4-15: Bikeon Friday..... You can park your car at Automall FOC courtesy from Ewein Property.