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resume the discussions, its July 9 rally notwithstanding. Bersih, in turn, should respond positively to the Commission. In a mature democracy any and every opportunity to dialogue in order to resolve issues should be taken up. . 2) Some of the issues that Bersih has focussed upon such as the automatic registration of voters (which I endorse) are beyond the purview of the Elections Commission. They would require legislative approval. If Bersih cannot persuade the Barisan Nasional (BN) government to introduce new electoral laws, has it succeeded in getting Pakatan Rakyat (PR) MPs to table a private members bill on any of the electoral reforms it is now demanding? On how many occasions have such bills been tabled since March 2008? Were attempts to table such bills thwarted by the Speaker of the Dewan Rakyat? Since Bersih includes opposition parties represented in Parliament, it should inform the public in detail on how it sought electoral reform through Parliament in the last three years. . 3) In making its demands, Bersih has not distinguished the actual conduct of elections from the larger electoral-cum-political process. The actual conduct of elections in Malaysia since 1959, from the maintenance of electoral rolls to safeguardingthe integrity of the ballot paper,has been largely fair and just---- given that no electoral system in the world is totally devoid of flaws. This was one of the conclusions that the Election Watch group headed by the late Tun Mohamed Suffian Hashim that looked at the 1990 General Election (I was a member of that group) came to. . We also pointed out that the lack of fairness in the electoral-political process was manifested in the incumbents misuse of state facilities for campaign purposes and in the biased role of the mainstream media. Since these very legitimate concerns have not been addressed, Bersih has every reason to raise them. . 4) If Bersih is sincere about rectifying them, the political parties who are in the forefront of this coalition, should set the example in the states which are under PR rule by ensuring that state facilities are not misused in any election or by-election. And yet, in by-elections in Selangor, Penang and Kedah, it is alleged that the state government had deployed some of the resources of the state, directly and indirectly, for their campaigns. Similarly, if Bersih wants equitable access to BNinclined print and electronic media, it should also encourage opposition oriented online newspapers to be fair and balanced in their coverage and analysis of political issues. After all, cyber media in Malaysia today is an important source of information--- and disinformation. . 5) While some of Bersihs demands are reasonable, its failure to locate these demands within a larger framework has tarnished its credibility. For all the shortcomings in its electoral system, Malaysia is one of the few countries in the Global South that has held regular elections participated by parties with totally divergent ideologies ever since Independence in 1957.It is equally significant that these elections have been completely free of violence--- which is a rarity in the Global South. In the first General Election itself, two states came under an opposition party. Today, four out of the 13 states in the Federation are in opposition hands. There has never been a single moment in Malaysian electoral politics when

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Jun 24, 2011 June 24, 2011JUNE 24 Dear Lim Guan Eng,Peace be with you.Let me state my position very clearly

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the opposition has commanded less than 35 per cent of the popular vote. . Security. . 1) If the issues raised by Bersih should be viewed in their proper context, so should the public give due consideration to the question of security which is expressly stated in Article 10 (2), a, b, and c of the Constitution. There is no denying that with three organisations asserting their determination to hold rallies and marches without police permit, the political temperature has increased by a few degrees. Leaders of two of the organisations have received death threats. . 2) There is another contextual dimension to the security question which we cannot afford to ignore. In the first Bersih demonstration on November 10 2007, a number of people were injured. There were also similar casualties in the Hindraf demonstration on November 25 in the same year. In almost all the reformasi demonstrations from September 1998 to the middle of 2000, individuals and some police personnel were hurt. . 3) I had thought initially that Bersih demonstrators should be allowed to congregate in a stadium, in accordance with their constitutional right but I didnt realise that there was a security issue lurking in the shadows. Apparently, if the stadium option had materialised,certain elements in Bersih, it is alleged, would have turned the stadium to a Tahrir Square, with demonstrators camping there day and night for weeks on end.
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Of course, the Western media would be there to dramatise the event, especially since both the de facto and de jure leaders of Bersih --- Anwar Ibrahim and Ambiga Sreenivasan --- have such close ties to the Western media. It would be a terrible travesty of justice since the Malaysian situation bears no comparison to Mubaraks Egypt or to those autocratic Arab monarchies and republics which are now being challenged by their people. None of them is an inheritor to more than five decades of continuous civilian rule legitimised through competitive electoral politics. . Impact. . 1) How the proposed July 9 rally and counter rallies will impact upon taxi drivers, traders, shoppers and the general public is yet another factor that deserves our attention.There is a high probability that the rallies will cause a degree of dislocation especially since three different groups with their own agendas are involved. Traders and taxi drivers in the affected areas will inevitably suffer a loss of income. Here again, the past is a good teacher. In previous demonstrations in Kuala Lumpur, people in various walks of life have had to pay the price. . 2) It is quite conceivable that July 9 will reinforce yet another unhealthy development which has become more and more obvious in the last two years. Partisan political polarisation is increasing in the country. The BN-PR schism is deepening within the populace. If we do not make a serious attempt to reverse the trend, we may move in the direction of Thai politics which has been severely hamstrung by the cleavage that separates those with the government and those with Thaksin Shinawatra.

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. Motives. . 1) There are also ulterior motives behind the Bersih plan that any reasonable person would probe. I am very much aware of this partly because of my own experience with demonstrations and the self-serving politics of the prime mover behind July 9. When I was Deputy President of Parti Keadilan Nasional ( now Rakyat) (PKR) from 1999 to 2001, the party was solidly behind the reformasi demonstrations. After a while I realized that the demonstrations were taking us nowhere; they were not leading to any democratic awakening among the masses. On the contrary, the people were turning against the party because of the hardship they caused. . A number of our activists were arrested, some under the ISA. Most of all, I could see that the demonstrations instigated by Anwar from behind prison walls served only one purpose: to keep him in the limelight, and to get him out of prison. Within the party leadership, I took an unambiguous position against demonstrations. With the exception of Keadilan President, Dr.Wan Azizah Ismail, no one else supported me. The Malaysian public came to know of my opposition to the demonstrations, and the then Prime Minister, Dr. Mahathir Mohammad even alluded to it in the media. . 2) Anwars ulterior motive is even more brazen today. He desperately wants to become Prime Minister, and will resort to any means to achieve his ambition. He is hoping that July 9 will help him overcome some of the obstacles he now faces and give him the boost that he needs. A massive mobilisation of his supporters and fence-sitters on July 9, he thinks, will divert attention from his sodomy trial which begins later in the month and from his sex-video scandal. At the same time, he is expecting the demonstration to create the sort of momentum that will erode support for the BN and shore up his own position. If this impresses his allies and endorsersin some Western capitals they may even give him stronger backing to achieve a regime change. . 3) Apart from Anwars own party, both his PR partners, the Islamic Party of Malaysia(PAS) and the Democratic Action Party (DAP), are also driven by the desire to gain powerthrough the quickest route. For them also the end justifies the means. July 9--- whatever the arguments against it--- is an important stepping-stone towards that goal. . Once Malaysians understand the context--- especially the ulterior motives--- theywill be wary about July 9. They will be able to distinguish the self-serving agenda of a deeply flawed politician from the genuine quest for electoral reform and political transformation. They should not allow such a politician to undermine their future. . Dr. Chandra Muzaffar is a political scientist who has written extensively on Malaysian politics. 27 June 2011.

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devilmaycare said... Malangnya, tidak ada siapa daripada penyokong tegar pkr yang membaca artikel ini akan berkata "oh! saya telah tertipu oleh Ambiga yang saya sangkakan berniat murni untuk menentukan pilihanraya yang bersih". Intelek macam Dr ini tajam fikirannya. Masaalahnya rakyat Malaysia yang rajin hadir perjumpaan politik kerajaan dan pembakang kebanyakannya kurang tajam fikiran. Yang tajam fikiran semuanya sibuk bekerja mencari rezeki untuk keluarga. Dr ni pun terus fed up dan berdiri atas pagar ajelah. Nak buat macam mana. Tuesday, June 28, 2011 9:17:00 AM

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Anonymous said... Exceptional comments but the cult leader will not give up. As long as his foolish followers remain brain dead, the cult leader will continue deceiving them. A GOOD MAN DOES NOTHING. Tuesday, June 28, 2011 9:23:00 AM

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Anonymous said... May I suggest that the SPR chairman and BERSIH chairperson appear on TV to clarify the issues. A special TV program for the public to hear the real issues from both parties. Taking it to the streets is not a solution, and we can expect worst things to happen as what we have seen in most demos in our country,.we want a peaceful place to live not like what is happening now with lots of bad mouths and rumours. Tuesday, June 28, 2011 10:01:00 AM

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mekyam said... great write! permish to share link on my fb-wall, tuan syed. this shd be read by as many people as possible. Tuesday, June 28, 2011 10:12:00 AM Nuraina A Samad's 3540 Jalan Sudin A "Home" That's Not a Home... - When a landslide killed 16 people including orphans of a home in Hulu Langat two weeks ago, the first thing on our minds was the precarious location of the...
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Syed Akbar Ali said... Mekyam go ahead. TQ. Tuesday, June 28, 2011 10:16:00 AM

Anonymous said... Pojok tulisan Dr ni adalah berkisar kepada niat tersirat binatang bernama Anuar Ibrahim yang telah mengheret Rakyat Malaysia ke kancah nafsu serakah si binatang ni.Pelaku pelaku yng lain cuma pendokong buta mata dan hati dan sedia kena tipu dengan cerita korup, zalim dan macam macam tohmahan lagi si binatang ni reka. Ambiga tu nak jadi feme fatale konon dia hebat. You Can fool the rakyat once but not all the time. Anuar you wajib reform yourself ....... Tuesday, June 28, 2011 11:17:00 AM

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I have to ask why UMNO/BN is being so obtuse about this whole Bersih issue. Perkasa, well you'd expect them to be obtuse as well as UNMO Youth, but honestly... * There are two issues here, the first is whether the Bersih Rally should take place. Simple answer, let it happen, the police to act as marshall's only and agree with the organisers the route it should take. * Result? Bersih get the backlash for damaging the city's economic activity that day. Polis come off looking like heroes for being polite and helpful. UMNO/BN look like statesman for allowing protest about their government with no threats or violence. Total upside for the establishment, total downside for Bersih 2.0. * The second issue is why a city as advanced and complex as Kuala Lumpur cannot handle major gatherings. Sorry Tuan Syed, but if London and New York can handle much larger sporting events on more critical infrastructure points why not KL? Are we really that stupid? * In Hong Kong several years ago, there were protests about the Governments implementation of an Internal Security Act. Half a million people marched in protest along one of the most critical roads on Hong Kong Islands North Shore. * Zero chaos, zero violence and the Police worked with the organisers to make sure that no social problems like litter and sanitary issues occurred. There is no way on God's green Earth that Hong Kong has more space to work with than KL, but they managed superbly. * Again, are we as Malaysians more stupid that Hongkies? * The simple fact is that arresting people, threatening violence, painting really quite ordinary people as the devil or dungus or cult members just makes BN/UMNO and the PDRM look oppressive. * As per usual, playing to the right wing of the UMNO political bloc in order to fend off challenges to the PM's position is more important that rational thought. * As per usual, BN/UMNO is heading towards a place where they look like the bad guys when it's completely unecessary. * PM calls Ambiga and invites her to sit on a commission to review voting practices along with people like TI-M, the Election Commission, two senior members for all major parties. * Results to be announced in 6 months for immediate implementation. Need for rally - completely nuetralised. Najib looks like statesmanm, friend of democracy; civil unrest averted and any opposition gains stopped. * But instead, we'll have the same old same old and BN made to look like Mubarack/Gaddafi. * It's pure madness; I know you're a supporter, but the sooner Najib slaps down Perkasa once and for all the better BN will start to look. Ibrahim Ali is taking UMNO in a direction you really do not want to go. Tuesday, June 28, 2011 1:22:00 PM

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2011 (227) Anonymous said... The hype surrounding this rally appears ominous and threatening to the well-being of the society and the business community that looks forward to the weekends to earn more. I hope the organisers call it off. Tuesday, June 28, 2011 1:22:00 PM June (40) Part 2 : Tak bersih - Lim Chee Wee UPDATED : JULY 9: UNDERSTANDI NG THE CONTEXT Part 1 Tak bersih : Koreans, Filipinos, Chin Peng ...

Anonymous said... this is the problem with TAKSUB. especially this is serious problem for PAS supporters. even argument like 'besi tiada mata dan telinga' is regarded as "concrete argument"

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el-Turkeyye' said... Anon. 10:01 AM, Do U honestly believe the likes of Ambiguos Ambiga, B.O. Mat Sapu, Joharee ( b****t P. Ramlee look-alike)Bendul, etc. would agree to trade the streets of Kay-el and CNN, BBC, Aljazeera coverage with sedate public forum devoid of street action? Most of the would be bit actors are already paid. They're now queueing up for make-up artists and are impatiently waiting for the cameras to roll. Why not allow these crazy people go ahead with their antics. They'd be lucky to get ten thousand participants. The height of stupidity is for Perkasa and UMNO Youth to join in, creating a scene of uncontrollable mess that would give an opportunity to western media to paint a negative picture of the Government and country - exactly what Bershit wanted in the first place. Collateral damage there would be. That is the state of the world today. We'd have to deal with it the best we can. Tuesday, June 28, 2011 3:42:00 PM

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Pendakyah said... we should understand the context and fundamental about democracy. we need a good government, and we also need a good opposition, to achieved a good governance. problems arise because PR not do a good job as a good opposition, and BN gov dont act as a good gov. plus with all those gila kuasa and taksub voters. Tuesday, June 28, 2011 3:57:00 PM

Anonymous said... Once and for all lets get things straight. Bersih objectives are spelled out in simple language and it's very clear and specific. It's objectives (most of it anyway) are what all right minded Malaysians wants. that is free, fair, and just election which translate to free, fair, and just citizens in turn will project Malaysia, to the rest of the world, as a free, fair, and just nation. All right minded Malaysians, I repeat...all right minded Malaysians including politicians, ex-con, hawkers, lawyers, teachers, accountants, my neighbours, brothers, sisters, parents, grandfather - all Malaysia citizens are invited to participate in this noble cause. So people of Malaysia, please do not add vineger and salt to redefine the purpose of Bersih. If you need clarification, just ask someone who do. Tuesday, June 28, 2011 4:37:00 PM

Anonymous said... Now it's clear that all this has been an elaborate plot. Eskay did not just came across the recording equipment and tape. He set the intended victim up. Just as he has setup Johari. Now all those who have gone to watch the sex tape by invitation whether they are from the media, PKR or UMNO better keep their mouth shut or more video will pop up on the net. As for Dr Chandra, I respect the choices he made and the difficult position he was in when he was in the opposition. But I do not care much for his opinons or what he represent now. Tuesday, June 28, 2011 4:45:00 PM

donplaypuks said... While appearing to be very middle-of-the-ground and analytical, Chandra Muzzafar has once again revealed the UMNO/BN apologists he has become.

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"Apparently, if the stadium option had materialised,certain elements in Bersih, it is alleged, would have turned the stadium to a Tahrir Square, with demonstrators camping there day and night for weeks on end." Alleged by which credible person? Communists? Police ? Perkasa? Kerismudin? By what is really pathetically condemning of CM is that fails to castigate Ibrahim Ali and Perkasa for threatening violence and attempting to incite political, racial and religious bigotry. How dare the scumbag Ibrahim Ali refer to Ambiga as "That bloody Hindu woman." Is that acceptable to UMNO and Malaysians and M'sian politics? dpp we are all of 1 Race, the Human Race Tuesday, June 28, 2011 5:20:00 PM

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Anonymous said... This Johari Bendul is so naive not to realise the he'd be videod. All laptops have built-in webcams that stare you in the face. Bodoh betul YB ni. Tuesday, June 28, 2011 5:45:00 PM

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Anonymous said... Pak Syed, To me let them proceed with the rally. Police utk standby saja. No need to show oppression to them. Work smart. Look good on the government. For the traders, taxi drivers and all affected, you know the date well in advance, so u should take a break that day and be with your loved ones. Stop blaming others. Apa susah. Tutup kedai for one day and have a good rest and enjoy the show. After that you guys can continue business as usual. If your properties damaged, you know who to look for. What's the problem? And pls stop your crazy ideas about suggesting this ppl to roam and rally at high end places like bukit bintang, KLCC and all. We dont need these scumbags to ruin our business. We paid higher rental/overheads so we somehow deserved a disruption-free business. Ppl over there paid lower rental and overheads so the damage is akin to collateral damage. Want a disruption-free business, then operate from high-end areas like KLCC and bukit bintang. If not, live with it and stop bitching around... Tok Imam Tuesday, June 28, 2011 6:00:00 PM Post a Comment Newer Post Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Home Older Post

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