Ambiga – Hanif – Evidence Act – Movie – Snatch Thief – Nasharuddin – Vell Paari
It appears there were two sets of orders given to the police. Initial orders given were to treat participants “with care”. There was a second set of orders, it appeared, which was after the firing of tear-gas. It unleashed terror upon participants of the rally. We can’t understand how that happened.
Ambiga Sreevenasan, Bersih 2.0 co-chairperson, calling Human Rights Commission to compel the police and Home minister to explain contradicting sets of orders during Bersih 3.0 rally
I am going to take up the Bar Council willingness to meet up with me and have a chat. I may discuss a bit more and stress the government’s hope in creating this panel.
Hanif Omar, Bersih 3.0 Independent Advisory Panel chief, on meeting with Bar Council president Lim Chee Wee next month
The evidence act is not to victimize the rakyat. It is to protect the rakyat. Today, we talk about cyber crime, cyber terrorism, even cyber bullying. Do you know about the case in America where a student committed suicide after he was cyber bullied? The other student was charged in the end.
Chua Soi Lek, MCA president, supporting huge unpopular amendment to the Evidence Act 114A
Paying for a movie?
Of course not! We have already seen public funds being used to produce this film that propagates the BN.
Nurul Izzah Anwar, Lembah Pantai MP, declaring that Pakatan Rakyat would not pay a single sen for a pre-screening session of the May 13 film ‘Tanda Putera’
To catch a snatch thief
I tried to punch his face but only managed to reach his left shoulder.
Fong Kui Lun, Bukit Bintang MP, recounting how he helped to catch a fleeing snatch thief
I was invited by Saudi clerics. The clerics are my friends and they requested if I could arrange a meeting with the prime minister. After the prime minister agreed, I was invited on a special visa to attend the meeting.
Nasharuddin Mat Isa, Bachok MP, explaining his presence with prime minister Najib Razak in Makkah
It is not fair for me to go out there and get a seat just because my father is the former president of the party. -Vell Paari, son of MIC president Samy Vellu