Sabtu, 28 April 2012

BERSIH 3.0 : LENSA - SEHINGGA JAM

Protesters march down a street during a rally near Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters calling for fair elections converged on Kuala Lumpur's centre on Saturday for a major demonstration that will test the Malaysian government's reformist credentials and may affect the timing of national polls. Police have shut down much of the city centre and closed off the historic Merdeka (Independence) Square with barriers and barbed wire, enforcing a court order that the protesters should not enter the symbolically important site.
Protesters march down a street during a rally near Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters calling for fair elections converged on Kuala Lumpur's centre on Saturday for a major demonstration that will test the Malaysian government's reformist credentials and may affect the timing of national polls. Police have shut down much of the city centre and closed off the historic Merdeka (Independence) Square with barriers and barbed wire, enforcing a court order that the protesters should not enter the symbolically important site.
Protesters of the Bersih (Clean) group shout slogans near Dataran Merdeka, also known as Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters calling for fair elections converged on Kuala Lumpur's centre on Saturday for a major demonstration that will test the Malaysian government's reformist credentials and may affect the timing of national polls. Police have shut down much of the city centre and closed off the historic Merdeka (Independence) Square with barriers and barbed wire, enforcing a court order that the protesters should not enter the symbolically important site.
Malaysian police fire tear gas to protesters during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.
mereka mula menyerang …gas pemedih mata mula ditembak…Ya Allah …janganlah buat kerja zalim macam ni…rakyat hanya mahukan jaminan keadilan dalam Pilihanraya…
Shoes and rubbish are seen on a street as protesters run away at background during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.
Protesters run away from tear gas fired by Malaysian police during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

BERSIH 3.0 : Mereka Zalimmm…Ini Buktinya

Protesters charge at a police vehicle as it sprays them with its water cannons in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.
Police officers jump in the air to avoid tear gas shells thrown back by protestors during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.
A protester throws a tear gas canister back at police in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.
A protester kicks away a tear gas canister fired by Malaysian police during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Police unleashed tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators who staged one of Malaysia's largest street rallies in years, demanding fair rules for national elections expected soon.
A protester throws back a tear gas canister fired by Malaysian police during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon.
Protestors challenge police during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.
Anti-riot police drag away an arrested protestor during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.
Anti-riot police drag away a protestor during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.
Macam negara tidak bertamadun….Tak malukah kita pada dunia yang menonton peristiwa ini…
Anti-riot police block protestors during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.
A protestor shows solidarity with an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.
ALTERNATE CROP OF XKL124 - Protesters encounter Malaysian police, not in photo,  during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.
Police Federal Reserve Unit (FRU) officers, most of whom are not wearing gas masks, prepare to fire tear gas at protesters after they breached the barbed wire perimeter around Dataran Merdeka, also known as Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon in clashes with thousands of protesters demanding electoral reforms on Saturday, raising the risk of a political backlash that could delay national polls which had been expected within months.
Protestors clash with police during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.
Police remove a protester sitting in front of riot police in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon in clashes with thousands of protesters demanding electoral reforms on Saturday, raising the risk of a political backlash that could delay national polls which had been expected within months.
Protestors clash with police during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.
Protesters take cover from tear gas fired by the police during clashes in Kuala Lumpur, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon at thousands of protesters who converged on Kuala Lumpur's centre to demand electoral reforms, raising the risk of a backlash against the government in national elections expected within months. Riot police reacted after some protesters among the crowd of at least 25,000 tried to break through barriers, in defiance of a court order banning them from entering the city's historic Merdeka Square. They fired several dozen tear gas rounds, sending the protesters scattering through nearby streets.
A plain clothed police officer (R) takes aways a protestor during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.
A foreign protester was arrested by police during a confrontation on a street near Dataran Merdeka, also known as Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon at thousands of protesters who converged on Kuala Lumpur's centre to demand electoral reforms, raising the risk of a backlash against the government in national elections expected within months. Riot police reacted after some protesters among the crowd of at least 25,000 tried to break through barriers, in defiance of a court order banning them from entering the city's historic Merdeka Square. They fired several dozen tear gas rounds, sending the protesters scattering through nearby streets.
A protester lies in front of a water cannon truck during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Police unleashed tear gas and chemical-laced water at thousands of demonstrators who staged one of Malaysia's largest street rallies in years, demanding fair rules for national elections expected soon.
Protesters overturn a police car during a rally to demand for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Police unleashed tear gas and chemical-laced water at thousands of demonstrators who staged one of Malaysia's largest street rallies in years, demanding fair rules for national elections expected soon. (AP Photo) MALAYSIA OUT.
Protestors flee as water canon is sprayed to disperse demonstrators during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.
Protestors are surrounded by tear gas during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.
Police Federal Reserve Unit (FRU) fire tear gas towards protesters after they breached the barbed wire perimeter around Dataran Merdeka, also known as Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon in clashes with thousands of protesters demanding electoral reforms on Saturday, raising the risk of a political backlash that could delay national polls which had been expected within months.
Anti-riot police march to disperse protestors during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.
A protestor throws back a tear gas canister towards the police during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.
Police Federal Reserve Unit (FRU) officers try to disperse a tear gas canister after a protester threw it back at them during a confrontation on a street near Dataran Merdeka, also known as Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon in clashes with thousands of protesters demanding electoral reforms on Saturday, raising the risk of a political backlash that could delay national polls which had been expected within months.
Anti-riot police fire tear gas to disperse protestors during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.
Anti-riot police fire tear gas to disperse protestors during an anti-government rally near the historical Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur on April 28, 2012. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Malaysian capital to demand electoral reforms, defying a lockdown of central Kuala Lumpur that left it a maze of razor wire and barricades.
Police scuffle with protesters during clashes in Kuala Lumpur, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon at thousands of protesters who converged on Kuala Lumpur's centre to demand electoral reforms, raising the risk of a backlash against the government in national elections expected within months. Riot police reacted after some protesters among the crowd of at least 25,000 tried to break through barriers, in defiance of a court order banning them from entering the city's historic Merdeka Square. They fired several dozen tear gas rounds, sending the protesters scattering through nearby streets.
Riot police fire tear gas at protesters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Malaysian police fired tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators demanding an overhaul in electoral policies that they call biased ahead of national polls expected soon. At least 25,000 demonstrators had swamped Malaysia's largest city in one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest street rallies in the past decade.

Bersih admits lost crowd control after police action



Protestors breaking the barriers surrounding Dataran Merdeka. — Picture by Choo Choy May
KUALA LUMPUR, April 28 — Bersih admitted it lost control of the tens of thousands on the streets of the capital today when protesters failed to adhere to strict instructions not to breach the police barricade surrounding Dataran Merdeka. Steering committee member Wong Chin Huat told The Malaysian Insider that Bersih chairman Datuk Ambiga Sreenavasan had ordered the crowd to disperse some time after 2pm but this message did not reach the crowd of thousands gathered outside the square.

Police violence marks Malaysia reform rally

2 peserta Bersih cedera parah dirawat di HKL


KUALA LUMPUR: Dua peserta Bersih 3.0 yang cedera parah dimasukkan ke wad kecemasan Hospital Kuala Lumpur petang tadi.
(Haji Habizal [kiri] dan Su Kwang Hong terlantar di wad kecemasan HKL)
Haji Habizal bin Nadzir cedera pada kepalanya akibat terkena tembakan botol gas pemedih mata yang dilepaskan oleh polis.

Beliau dikatakan parah dan ditempatkan ke wad kecemasan HKL.

Seorang lagi, Su Kwang Hong cedera  akibat dilanggar oleh kereta polis ketika bersama-sama orang ramai dalam perhimpunan itu.

Beliau juga dilaporkan parah dan sedang dirawat di wad kecemasan HKL.

Menurut sumber, ramai lagi yang cedera semasa perhimpunan kali ini sedang dirawat di HKL.

Mereka ditempatkan di wad bersebelahan dengan wad kecemasan dan tidak dibenarkan orang awam melawatnya.

BERSIH 3 0 MAIN KEJAR4

BERSIH 3 0 MAIN KEJAR3

Jurufoto ditahan rakam dakwaan kekerasan polis

Beberapa orang jurugambar akhbar ditahan ketika mengambil gambar yang didakwa membabitkan tindakan kekerasan polis.

Tidak jelas berapa ramai jurugambar yang ditahan. Seorang daripadanya adalah wartawan-jurufoto Malaysiakini Koh Jun Lin.

"Kamera saya dan kad memori telah dirampas," kata Koh.

"Mereka berkata mereka mahukannya sebagai bukti."
Koh dibebaskan kira-kira jam 7.50 malam selepas mengesahkan dia seorang wartawan-jurufoto.
Satu jurugambar memberitahu Malaysiakini bahawa selepas dia enggan memadam gambar mengenainya, seorang anggota polis mengeluarkan kad memori dan memusnahkannya.

Ia telah disahkan oleh akhbar Guang Ming Daily bahawa salah seorang jurugambarnya telah ditangkap ketika mengambil gambar satu proses penangkapan dan dakwaan kekerasan polis.

BERSIH 3.0 : Pertembungan mungkin tangguhkan pilihan raya

Polis melepaskan gas pemedih mata dan meriam air dalam pertembungan dengan ribuan peserta yang membantah reformasi sistem pilihan raya hari ini, meningkatkan risiko tindak balas politik yang mungkin menyebabkan pilihan raya umum yang dijangka pada Jun ditangguhkan.

BERSIH 3.0 : LENSA 3





Ambiga isytihar BERSIH 3.0 berjaya, 250,000 hadir

NONEGabungan menuntut pilihan raya bersih dan adil (BERSIH) berkata perhimpunan mereka berjaya dan mendakwa 250,000 rakyat Malaysia turun menyertai BERSIH 3.0 menuntut reformasi pilihan raya.

"Dalam erti kata tersebut, ia adalah satu kejayaan," kata pengerusi bersama BERSIH, Datuk S Ambiga dalam sidang media selepas perhimpunan tersebut.

"Suasana yang hebat dan bilangan yang ada di situ - ia amat besar."

BERSIH 3.0 : Anwar turun berarak melalui Masjid Negara

'Police violence' at Malaysia reform rally

BERSIH 3.0 : LENSA 2




BERSIH 3 0 MAIN KEJAR2

Zuraida: Bersih 3.0 capai sasaran

Rakyat dah faham apa yang mereka buat dan tujuan mereka datang ke sini, katanya.
KUALA LUMPUR: Ahli Parlimen Ampang, Zuraida Kamarudin ditemui FMT berkata, sasaran untuk Bersih 3.0 tercapai dengan kehadiran rakyat turun bersama-sama menuntut pilihan raya bersih dan adil.
“Rakyat dah faham apa yang mereka buat dan tujuan mereka datang ke sini. Anak muda di kalangan bangsa Cina pun ramai yang turun,” kata Ketua Wanita PKR itu ketika ditemui di Jalan TAR.
Dianggarkan lebih 80,000 peserta daripada berbilang bangsa dan lapisan masyarakat hadir di sekitar Dataran Merdeka sejak awal pagi tadi untuk menuntut pilihan raya yang bebas, adil dan bersih.

Bedilan gas pemedih: Kejadian 709 berulang

Pengalaman pedih 709 berulang apabila FRU membedil gas pemedih mata terhadap kira-kira 10 ribu orang yang berkumpul di persimpangan jalan berdekatan Dataran Merdeka.  Peserta perhimpunan BERSIH 3.0 yang antaranya orang tua dan budak berlari lintang pukang untuk menyelamatkan diri daripada asap gas pemedih mata.

Sungguhpun diadakan sekatan jalan raya, dan Dataran Merdeka ditutup dengan kawat besi, namun ia gagal menghalang kebanjiran manusia dari rata-rata ke lokasi perhimpunan.  Mereka duduk sambil melaungkan slogan, kadang-kala bangun dan menyanyikan lagu Negaraku, dari kira-kira jam 9 pagi hingga tengah hari.

Bersih condemns violence, wants investigation

 They want the police to investigate the few protesters who breached the barriers around Dataran Merdeka.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bersih has declared the rally a success but regrets the violent turn of events.
Bersih co-chairperson S Ambiga said that 250 000 people turned up for the rally and that it was a “success”.
However, she added that the police must investigate the actions of a few protesters who breached the barriers which cordoned off Dataran Merdeka.
Later, speaking to FMT, Bersih steering committee member Maria Chin Abdullah said the movement achieved in getting the numbers that it was aiming for.
“We don’t support the violence that happened…we have no idea who they are and the police should investigate the matter,” she said.

Nik Aziz ucap tahniah kepada peserta Bersih 3.0


KOTA BHARU, 28 April: Mursyidul Am PAS, Tuan Guru Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat, mengucapkan tahniah kepada rakyat yang telah berjaya menyertai Bersih 3.0 'Duduk Bantah' berhampiran Dataran Merdeka hari ini.

Katanya, rakyat di negara ini hadir ke ibu negara untuk menyatakan sokongan tuntutan Bersih 3.0 memandangkan Bersih 1 kerajaan diam dan membisu, manakala  Bersih 2.0 kerajaan buat ‘pekak badak’.

Pada masa yang sama beliau melahirkan rasa terharu terhadap rakyat Malaysia yang berada di hampir seluruh dunia seperti Melbourne, Makkah, Madinah, Mesir turut menganjurkan bersih di tempat masing-masing.

BERSIH 3.0 : LENSA 1