Malaysian elections & Hundreds arrested in protest against Malaysian PM

Malaysia democratic reformers and police leadership. For the week  known as the Bersih coalition of NGOs called for peaceful protests to occur on 9 July Bersih Malaysia in the network, reflecting the requirement for clean elections and fair. The Bersih said they want change through elections, and that this turn of events today to the leaders the government responded with a variety of reactions over-zealous and hard.

Although all 62 organizations have registered into the Bersih coalition last week, the government said Bersih in an illegal organization. They used new Berish illegal status as grounds for the arrest of over 200 activists, some simply for wearing T-shirts Bersih. The police said Bersih information you can land in jail. Government officials also began preparing his own NGO or Gongs to hold demonstrations on the treatment, could force the accused to incite Bersih. The cry from all branches of government is high.

Protest against Malaysian PM:

Malaysian police arrested more than 440 people and tightly closed parts of the capital Saturday. thousands of anti-government protesters by stopping on a massive showdown against Prime Minister Najib Razak.

Thousands of police, some in trucks mounted with water cannons, spread across the city of 1.6 million people and set up barricades on the protest, which if successful, could derail the economic reform program Najib to quit.

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