Kenderaan Mula Sesak dilebuh raya Utara-Selatan menuju ke Kuala Lumpur.Pejalanan dari Pulau Pinang ke K.Lumpur agak sesak tapi selamat.
Sempat merakam gambar kesesakan kenderaan yang masuk ke Pusat Bandar KL sekitar jam 3.30 petang tadi sempena menyertai himpunan BERSIH.
Peserta Bersih memenuhi lebuh raya untuk sampai lebih awal dan bersantai2 disekitar Padang Merdeka..
Sambutan sungguh hangat Peserta Bersih berbagai ragam berbagai sepanduk dibawa bersama untuk dipamir besuk dibandaraya kuala lumpur.
Terdapat tempat rehat dilebuh raya makanan menjadi menu utama untuk dipesan ..dijangka menu makanan licin habis awal.
200 buah bus dari Pelusuk Perlis dan Kedah akan bergerak turun mula 8 malam ini memenuhi Lebuh Raya
dan kelihatan berpuluh Bus plate Thailand turut serta .
Peserta dari Thailand turut bersama memeriahkan kerana mereka kumpulan orang kuning jugak diNegara mereka dan berbagai kenderaan persendirian turun menuju arah selatan. Lori2 barangan niaga makanan untuk berniaga disekitar perhimpunan Bersih.
Aku kini menginap di Hotel bersama kumpulan aku, kepada kawan2 FB yang belum mengenali aku boleh lah kita berjumpa di DATARAN MERDEKA nanti.
Biar penat hari ini, agar generasi akan datang tidak penat seperti aku...- f/bk
Story kat sini....
Bersih 5 - IGP kata haram,
Hakim kata tak haram, Hello....
Baca pula pandangan peguam Hanif Khatri yang dicopypaste dari FBnya –
Ketua Polis Negara wajib patuhi keputusan mahkamah yang isytihar Bersih 5 sah dan teratur di sisi undang2 serta arahkan polis sediakan dan seliakan laluan alternatif untuk Gerakan Baju Merah.!!!
1. Pada 17.11.2016, Ketua Polis Negara, Khalid Abu Bakar telah dipetik oleh KINITV sebagai berkata :
"Tanggungjawab Polis DiRaja Malaysia adalah untuk memastikan negara kita aman, sejahtera, tenteram, tidak ada perlanggaran apa jua ketenteraman awam. … Kalau (su)dah ada undang-undang Akta Perhimpunan Aman itu yang mengkehendakkan kita mengikut peraturan, peruntukan undang-undang, patuhilah… Kenapa degil sangat tak mahu patuh ? … BERSIH1, BERSIH 2, BERSIH 3, BERSIH 4, BERSIH 5, sampai bila kita nak sabar ? (So) kita akan ambil langkah-langkah yang patut untuk mempastikan keadaan negara kita kekal aman damai. Hak bersuara kita hormati, tapi kita juga perlu hormati hak-hak orang lain. …"
2. Wahai Khalid Abu Bakar, pada jam lebihkurang 7.35 malam tadi, Khamis, 17.11.2016, Mahkamah Tinggi Kuala Lumpur melalui penghakiman Yang Arif Hakim S Nantha Balan telah memutuskan antara lain, untuk menolak permohonan tiga persatuan peniaga di sekitar Jalan Masjid India, Medan Mara dan Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman (TAR) untuk mendapatkan perintah injunksi interim (sementara) bagi menghalang Perhimpunan Bersih 5 dan Gerakan Baju Merah yang akan diadakan Sabtu ini di Dataran Merdeka.
3. Hakim yang sama secara khusus berhubung isu Gerakan Baju Merah, telah membuat Perintah Lanjut bahawa :
"Section 18 of the PAA acts as a safety valve to diffuse any potential conflict therefore it is the duty of the police to prevent a clash or conflict should there is a possibility that it would eventuate"
4. Maka, Khalid Abu Bakar anda sudah diarahkan Mahkamah untuk :
(a) Benarkan Tanpa Halangan segala bentuk perhimpunan awam yang dijadualkan pada hari Sabtu ini, 19.11.2016 !!,
(b) Sediakan dan seliakan jalan alternatif untuk diambil oleh ‘Gerakan Baju Merah’ supaya ianya tidak bertembung dengan jalan dan laluan aman “BERSIH 5”, sebagai tanggungjawab undang-undang pihak Polis di bawah SEKSYEN 18 AKTA PERHIMPUNAN AMAN 2012 !!
5. Justeru, wahai Khalid Abu Bakar, anda wajib patuh perintah mahkamah ini, dan jangan pula anda yang sebenarnya ingkari undang2 mahupun lakukan penghinaan terhadap perintah mahkamah.
Patuh jangan tak patuh !!! - din turtle
Najib Braces for Bersih 5 Rally...
Campaigners with the Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections drove past the bazaar — bustling with families enjoying a balmy Saturday evening — and left the township of Bukit Sentosa without stopping to distribute leaflets. “Sorry, due to security reason,” a member of the convoy texted Bloomberg News.
Saturday sees the first major anti-government rally in over a year organized by the group, known as Bersih, in Kuala Lumpur. Last year it said 300,000 people turned out, calling for Najib to resign over a funding scandal. But most protesters were ethnic Chinese,rather than the Malays who are Najib’s power base. Bersih’s goal with its visits to small towns had been to try and reach those Malay voters in what is a predominantly Islamic country.
“This is my town and I’m going to defend it against Bersih,” said Ezat, who had to deliver a report to people he did not name on what his group — which he said numbered as many as 150 men — did to deter the activists. “Bersih is trying to topple the government, and that’s not right. If they want a change in government, do it democratically on election day.”
The struggle by opposition parties and Bersih to make a dent in Najib’s support highlights how he has managed to shrug off the scandal, in part by increasing handouts to farmers, government workers and low-income Malaysians.
Even so, efforts by his United Malays National Organisation to discredit Bersih show Najib is not complacent about his grip on power, especially as some parts of the economy lose traction. Consumer sentiment has languished below the level of optimism for much of his second term.
Policemen installed roadblocks and toted machine guns and rifles at some towns Bersih planned to stop at last week. While the police didn’t reply to a query on the reason for that action, a Bersih spokeswoman said it was most likely to prevent clashes breaking out between the groups. That didn’t stop the so-called Red Shirts, led by a division leader from Najib’s party, from gathering.
Bersih reported physical attacks on motorcades that were traveling to rural and semi-urban towns. It uploaded videos of convoys surrounded by masked men or being blocked. Police temporarily detained Red Shirts leader Jamal Yunos, who said he wasn’t acting in an UMNO capacity.
UMNO Secretary-General Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor said the party has nothing to do with the Red Shirts even if members choose to participate, the Star reported Thursday. Najib told reporters this week he didn’t want any physical clashes between Bersih and the Red Shirts. His office didn’t respond to a Bloomberg request for comment.
Police have warned both sides about protesting and said there would be stern action if Bersih proceeds on Saturday, including the possible use of tear gas.
UMNO leads the Barisan Nasional coalition, which has ruled since independence in 1957. It has for decades propagated policies that provide favorable access to education, jobs and housing for Malays and indigenous people, known collectively as Bumiputeras. It also lost the popular vote for the first time in 2013.
The planned Bersih rally comes amid whispers Najib, with one state election and two by-election wins under his belt this year, could hold a vote as soon as March. A ballot is due by 2018.
The opposition has sought to lure Malays away amid discontent at living costs and disillusionment over allegations of graft surrounding Najib. A new party — Bersatu — has been formed by former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad to target UMNO’s support base. Najib has been cleared of graft over hundreds of millions of dollars that appeared in his accounts before the 2013 vote.
“UMNO’s core is safe but every core has a fringe,” said Ooi Kee Beng, deputy director of the ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute in Singapore. “It is over this fringe that the battle is fought. When enough UMNO members who are not happy with Najib switch sides, that’s the tipping point.”
Still, analysts said a sizable turnout Saturday is needed to gain traction.
“If Malays do not make up a major part of those attending Bersih, it will show the opposition is failing to win over the voters it needs, is still reliant on its core of Chinese and urban liberals,” said Sholto Byrnes, a senior fellow at the Institute of Strategic and International Studies Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur. “It’s a big test for the opposition.”
At mosque pulpits, Muslim leaders have advised followers against joining anti-government protests. Still, not everyone is heeding those sermons.
Zul Ishak, an investment banker who retired to run a store in a town an hour from the capital, said he was considering attending the Bersih rally, disillusioned by the scandals that have hit Najib. “I used to agree with what the government was doing, but not anymore.”
For others, it makes little difference who is in charge as long as their needs are met.
“I’m not too happy with Najib but what assurance do we have that another leader would be different?” asked Aini Nordin, who was shopping for shoes for her children in a town where the Bersih convoy skipped its stop. “At least the BN government knows what it’s doing. The opposition just talks.” - BLOOMBERG
Is Najib shaken by Bersih 5? Otherwise, why the crackdown?
What are cops trying to prove
in raid on Bersih...
What is the police trying to prove by raiding the Bersih office a day before the assembly?
I do not condone any act that wants to overthrow a government in an undemocratic manner, but we must understand we do not live in a lawless country. The authorities should not interpret the laws according to their whims and fancies.
In what way is Bersih attempting to carry out activities detrimental to parliamentary democracy as stipulated under sec 124C? If it is because of today’s assembly why don't they raid the red-shirts’ premises as well?
Or is there any proof that by accepting George Soros’ donation, Bersih is also attempting to commit an act against parliamentary democracy? To constitute an offence under Section 124C of the Penal Code, an attempted activity to overthrow parliamentary democracy, or undermine parliamentary democracy, must be proven.
The Peaceful Assembly Act (PAA) allows their peaceful assembly, it is also the citizens’ constitutional right. If it is the inspector-general of police (IGP) who ordered such a raid, he should not takes the law into his own hands. Malaysia is not a police state.
By doing so, it will make most people, especially from the urban areas, to hate the government more.- Andy Yong,mk
Walaupun ditangkap BERSIH5 tetap diteruskan
JANGAN LUPA 19 NOV 2016...
If you can’t be in Dataran Merdeka,
wherever you are, wear yellow...