Bersih 2.0 chairperson Maria Chin Abdullah and secretariat officer Mandeep Singh were taken to the Petaling Jaya police headquarters this afternoon after their office was raided.
Prosecutors charged the editor of Malaysia's leading independent current-affairs website with violating a communications law on Friday over the airing of a news video related to corruption allegations against the prime minister.
KL police chief Amar Singh says the police will cordon off seven areas tomorrow, including Dataran Merdeka, in order to prevent possible clash between Bersih and Red Shirt demonstrators.
DAP's Anthony Loke was taken to Bukit Aman today for questioning over a speech he made during Pakatan Harapan’s convention last Saturday.
Bersih 2.0 office was raided by the police from Bukit Aman today. The police threatened to seize all the items and documents at the office.
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak warned Thursday violence would not be tolerated at a major anti-government demonstration planned for the weekend.
We hope both rivaling sides will exercise utmost restraint this Saturday, and let the police handle any untoward incident instead of taking the law into their own hands.
We need clean and fair elections, good governance and a country free from corruption. There is too much at stake here to be frightened.
IGP Khalid Abu Bakar says the police may have to resort to using water cannons this Saturday if the rallies go out of control.
Zuraida lodges a police report today at the Ampang police headquarters over Jamal's accusation that she caused him to suffer the bleeding nose.