Thursday, September 13, 2007

People's Petition to The Agong - Please Sign and Distribute

With the recent shooting incident in Terengganu where two unarmed civilians were hurt in the process. The "ceramah" (forum) was organised by BERSIH (Gabungan Pilihan Raya Adil dan Bersih) with the good intention of calling for electoral reforms and encouraging a healthy democratic election environment.

Some mainstream medias have been trying to paint a picture that looks as if the Opposition Parties caused a riot. However, through a thorough analysis from a number of sources, inclusive of those who were there at the scene, there are theories of Agent Provocateurs not from the Opposition involved.

The biggest problem that we need to pay attention is the use of firearms against civilians. Such violent approach must be condemned. In fact one of the victims was hit on the chest. With such a large number of FRU dispensed, it is not excusable to say that the unarmed crowd cannot be controlled without firing some shots.

Nathaniel Tan of jelas.info wrote this: Terengganu Truth: The Bigger Picture
Malaysiakini readers wrote this: Terengganu riot: Who is lying?
Malik Imtiaz Sarwar of HAKAM called for a Royal Commission Inquiry (Independent) to investigate: Seriously, Mr. Deputy Prime Minister

In tandem with this as well as other issues besetting the nation, Malaysia Today has created a People's Petition, which will be submitted to the Monarch of our nation, Duli Yang Maha Mulia Seri Paduka Baginda Yang Di-Pertuan Agong.

Please read the content of the petition and sign on the website if you have a log-in username. Alternatively, you can e-mail raja.petra.kamarudin@gmail.com with the message "Signed" and your name. Otherwise you can post a comment here and type "Signed : " followed by your name. This blogger will compile and submit them to Malaysia Today. E-mail this post to your friends if you wish to.

HERE IT IS; PLEASE SIGN :

Petition to The Agong

1 comment:

warga said...

Is MT down just now?

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