Saturday, 9 July 2011

Perhimpunan BERSIH 2.0 Malaysia 9.7.2011

Sekadar berkongsi .....fikir fikir kan lah


Bersih, literally the word 'bersih' means 'clean' in Malay, however, Bersih (Malay: Gabungan Pilihan Raya Bersih dan Adil) is a coalition of Malaysian opposition political parties and NGOs with the stated aim of reforming the electoral process in Malaysia. Specifically, they demand the following reforms:

The use of permanent ink to ensure that voters may only vote once.
A clean out of the electoral rolls to remove entries that are no longer valid such as deceased people.
The abolition of postal votes on the basis that they are easily abused.
Perhaps most importantly, Bersih demands that all candidates and political parties have equal access to print and broadcast media.

Some of the component organizations that form Bersih are:

Political Parties:
- Parti Keadilan Rakyat (The Peoples Justice Party)
- Parti Islam SeMalaysia (PAS) (The Islamic Party of Malaysia)
- Democratic Action Party (DAP)
- Parti Sosialis Malaysia (Socialist Party of Malaysia)
- Sarawak National Party (SNAP)

Non Government Organizations:
- Aliran Kesedaran Rakyat (The Peoples Flow of Awareness)
- All-Women’s Action Society (AWAM)
- Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia (ABIM) (Malaysian Islamic Youth Movement)
- IKRAM Malaysia ( Malaysia International Islamic NGO )
- Centre for Independent Journalism (CIJ)
- Citizens’ Health Initiative
- Civil Rights Committee (KLSCAH)
- Community Action Network
- ERA Consumer Malaysia (ERACON)
- Gabungan Mahasiswa Islam SeMalaysia (Coalition of Muslim Students Malaysia)
- Group of Concerned Citizens (GCC)
- Jaringan Rakyat Tertindas (JERIT) (Oppressed Citizens Network)
- Labour Resource Centre (LRC)
- Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC)
- Malaysia Youth and Students Democratic Movement (DEMA)
- Malaysian Voters Union (MALVU)
- National Human Rights Society (HAKAM)
- Pusat Janadaya (Janadaya Center)
- Pusat Komunikasi Masyarakat (The Center for Social Communication)
- Research for Social Advancement (REFSA)
- Save Ourselves (SOS Penang)
- Solidariti Mahasiswa Malaysia (Students Solidarity Malaysia)
- Suara Rakyat Malaysia (Voice of the People, Malaysia)
- Tamil Foundation
- Unit Pemikiran Politik, (Political Thinktank Unit)
- Women’s Development Collective (WDC)
- Writers Alliance for Media Independence (WAMI)

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