Friday, October 16, 2015

Bersih 4.0's Accounts Revealed

It has been ten days since Bersih 2.0 made a public declaration the RM2.6 million in funds they had received for the 34-hour Bersih 4.0 rally on August 29 & 30, 2015.
The actual sum collected from 27,000 donors, T-shirt sales amounting to RM553,914 and muffler sales amounting to RM28,795 add up to a grand total of RM2,647,361.74. And if you subtract their RM664,052.52 expenses, the surplus equaled to RM1,983,309.22 – this amount will be used for their other programs in the next two years (voter education, legal costs, training, et cetera).
Other details revealed: The printing costs for the T-shirts and mufflers cost RM296,000 and RM11,600 respectively and transporting them cost an extra RM4,726. The Kuching edition cost RM50,071 while the cost of coordinating the rallies in Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabalu and Kuching amounted to RM6,487. The launch of the rally cost RM31,938.
And they produced a 2,126-page bank statement as well. Now, that’s transparency.  

So PM Najib Razak, what about the RM2.6 billion that you received on the quiet? When are you going to reveal all? Dare you?
Najib’s goose is cooked, that’s for sure!
More pics of Chelsia Ng:

In case you don’t know her, she’s been around! Ng was Rain, an assistant in Steven's (Lim) salon in the Malaysian English-language sit-com Kopitiam. Ng had a role in the film Salon in 2005, for which she earned a nomination for Best Supporting Actress in the 19th Malaysia Film Festival the following year. And in 2009, she played the role of Yvonne who is the best friend of Miasara (Liyana Jasmay) in Afdlin Shauki's "Papadom". I’m sure she has other accomplishments too – but suffice to say, I was enthralled by her on Wednesday night!

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