To all our readers and friends, we suggest don’t go to KL on 9 July 2011. Police will do roadblocks on many roads and some major roads into KL will also be closed. Police also banned 91 peoples from entering Kuala Lumpur that day, lucky our name are not in the list. All these because of Bersih 2.0 that supposed to be organize in Kuala Lumpur on that day. The bersih organizer had make a statement regarding Titah Agong and will be doing their rally in Stadium.
The 8 Demands of Bersih 2.0:
1. Clean the electoral roll
2. Reform postal ballot
3. Use of indelible ink
4. Minimum 21 days campaign period
5. Free and fair access to media
6. Strengthen public institutions
7. Stop corruption
8. Stop dirty politics
Some of 91 people barred from KL Tommorow:
1. Datuk S. Ambiga.
2. Khairy Jamaluddin (UMNO Youth Chief).
3. Datuk Ibrahim Ali (Perkasa Chief).
4. Lim Kit Siang (DAP adviser).
5. Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim (PKR leader).
6. Tian Chua (PKR vice-president and Batu MP).
7. Datuk Megat Firdouz Megat Junid (Umno Youth secretary).
8. Datuk Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim (Putera 1Malaysia Club president).
You can read the complete list at this blog: Full list of 91 people restricted from entering Kuala Lumpur.
Police obtained three restriction orders from a magistrate’s court here under Section 98 of the Criminal Procedure Code to prevent them from taking part in the rallies.
Road disclosure and Public Transportation diverted on 9 July:
Star newspaper graphic.
Puduraya, Hentian Putra and Hentian Pekeliling bus terminals will be temporarily closed from 12.01am to 10pm. Buses heading for Hentian Putra would be diverted to the Integrated Transport Terminal-Bandar Tasik Selatan (ITT-BTS) and those headed to Puduraya and Pekeliling would be diverted to Hentian Duta. I also heard news all bus ticket from North to Kuala Lumpur had been sold out since last week.
The areas listed under the restriction orders include Jalan Syed Putra, Jalan Istana, Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin, Jalan Lembah Perdana, Dataran Merdeka, Central Market, Masjid Jamek, Dataran DBKL, SOGO, Maju Junction and Jalan Raja Laut.
Police will not approve Bersih’s application to hold its rally at Stadium Merdeka but will consider a permit for the use of the stadium in Shah Alam.
Source: Star newspaper.