“We have to defend our rights” February 10, 2009Posted by elizabethwong in Current Affairs, Democracy, Human Rights, Malaysia, Politics.
Tags: Bkt Lanjan, Constitution, Perak, Tian Chua
Tian Chua speaks on the current political situation at CNY DUN Bkt Lanjan Open House at Desa Jaya, Kepong. (BM and Mandarin)
Tian dragged from car December 11, 2007Posted by elizabethwong in Current Affairs, Democracy, Human Rights, Malaysia, Politics.
Tags: Bersih, Ops Selamat Pak Lah, Parliament, Police, Tian Chua
It happened this morning on the road near Parliament.
The little Tiara was later found torched, which Tian Chua said, was the work of the police. (updated: See pics after ‘more’)
Photo source: Syafiq Sunny
Ops Selamat Pak Lah December 11, 2007Posted by elizabethwong in Current Affairs, Democracy, Human Rights, International, Malaysia, Politics.
Tags: Abdullah Badawi, Anwar Ibrahim, Bersih, Hindraf, Ops Selamat Pak Lah, Parliament, Police, Tian Chua
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11 DEC 2007 (4:30 pm)
BERSIH DELEGATION RELEASED; TIAN CHUA RETURNED TO IPK-KL
Tian Chua, the Information Chief of the People’s Justice Party (KeADILan), was brought back to the Kuala Lumpur Police Headquarters (IPK-KL).
Tian was earlier taken from IPK-KL to the Duta Kuala Lumpur Courts. However, after sitting in the Court lockups for more than three hours, an instruction arrived to return him back to the police headquarters. He was not charged in court and there is no information to date, why he was separated from the rest of the detainees earlier.
BERSIH delegates had their particulars taken down by the police and were released by four pm today. The names of the eight persons released are: