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Being considerate: KL ‘Black 505’ rally put off…….

June 10, 2013

KL ‘Black 505’ rally put off to June 22.

Opposition coalition Pakatan Rakyat has postponed its planned anti-electoral fraud rally on June 15 to accommodate a private wedding and a recycling festival.

azlan“We have taken into consideration appeals from parties that have already planned their events for June 15,” PKR director of strategy Rafizi Ramli told a press conference in Petaling Jaya today.
“After discussions with the Dang Wangi police, (we) decided to change the date to June 22 … The rally will begin at noon.”
He explained that the organiser of a recycling festival and a family which has scheduled a private wedding on June 15 near Padang Merbok, had contacted the party and asked for its cooperation.
The Kuala Lumpur leg of the ‘Black 505’ rally was originally slated for the same date, to continue the series of nationwide protests against alleged electoral fraud and irregularities in the 13th general election held on May 5.
Rafizi appealed to Kuala Lumpur City Hall to process the application expeditiously, and also expressed hope for police cooperation since Pakatan has submitted the relevant applications and notifications under the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012.

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  1. najib manaukau permalink
    June 11, 2013 12:40 am

    The only way out of this shamble is for all the coalition partners to abandon BN and form a third party thus kicking Umno out as tenant of Putrajaya. There never was a BN in reality, every important and senior position in the present cabinet is from Umno, every policy in the country implemented is proposed by Umno and so there is no real coalition. These lackeys are given some junior and unimportant positions just to show they are partners, just so all the decisions and all the policies implemented by the government are being endorsed by the coalition. If these lackeys are to demand that some important and senior positions are to be given to them, especially at these times, I am sure there is very little room for Umno to refuse them or Umno will become the opposition party in parliament. Only in such a scenario will Malaysia move forward !
    Therefore put forth such demand and you will see a better Malaysia and perhaps become a first world nation instead of remaining a third world country and with lots of debt !

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