Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Bersih 2.0 Can Mobilize Voters in GE14

DAP’s Klang MP Charles Santiago has highlighted electoral watchdog Bersih 2.0’s importance in the days leading up to GE14. 

Speaking to Free Malaysia Today, Santiago said he believed Bersih 2.0 could persuade voters to come out on polling day and “vote for change”. 

“Over the years, Bersih has successfully mobilised people by the thousands so it has a following. If it sets out to mobilise, people might follow its direction and advice”, he said. 

He added that what Bersih 2.0 wanted was in line with what Pakatan Harapan wanted and that’s the reason it seemed Pakatan-friendly. 

“They want free and fair elections which means an independent Election Commission (EC) and a level playing field between parties. That’s what Pakatan (are) promising”. 

Fortunate Liverpool earned three points when they beat Burnley 2-1 in the EPL match on Monday. 

Sadio Mane produced a superb shot from the edge of the area in the sixty-first minute to give the Reds’ the lead before Johann Gudmundsson equalized twenty-six minutes later. Then Ragnar Klavan gave Liverpool victory when he headed home from almost on the goalline – his first league goal for his team since he joined in July 2016.

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