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Transparency International Says Malaysia Faces a "Corruption Crisis" Over a Financial Scandal Implicating Prime Minister Najib

Thousands of protesters in Malaysia voiced their disapproval at Bersih Rally Saturday and Sunday in Kuala Lumpur


KUALA LUMPUR (AFP) – Transparency International warned Tuesday that Malaysia faces a “corruption crisis” over a financial scandal implicating the prime minister, as major credit ratings agencies cautioned that related turmoil threatens the country’s economic outlook. 512 more words

The talk about Chinese-Malay participation in Bersih 4

As a Malaysian who has lived overseas for most of his adult life, the last two decades spent in Indonesia, Unspun cannot help but marvel at the racial divide in Malaysia, even during a unifying event such as Bersih 4, that took place over this weekend. 531 more words



Today is Day 2 of the 34-hour Bersih 4 rally.  It was estimated that few tens of thousands of Malaysians camped all over the vicinity of Dataran Malaysia. 203 more words

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BERSIH 4 Day 1 Highlights in Pictures

The day was hot but it didn’t deter the few hundred thousand of Malaysians coming out to stand up to be counted. Amidst threats by the Police and banning of the Bersih t-shirts, Malaysians were fearless to defy the senseless attempt to rock Bersih 4. 73 more words

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In an unprecedented move, Tun M did the unthinkable to show up at a street rally Bersih 4 not once but twice in as many days. 278 more words

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Malaysia: Rally Demands Malaysian Leader Najib's Resignation in Second Day of Protests

AFP and South China Morning Post

Crowds of yellow-clad Malaysians demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Najib Razak converged on central Kuala Lumpur again today, a day after tens of thousands paralysed the capital in a boisterous yet peaceful demonstration. 1,900 more words

Bersih 2.0 Claims A Mega 200,000 Turnout Today

There were certainly an incredible turnout of Malaysians in the Bersih 4 rally thus far. It will be hard to count as this is a 34 hour rally. 95 more words

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