10,000 ATTENDED! PERLIS #BLACK505 ON MONDAY 10 JUNE 2013 at 8.30PM

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IT IS OVER! AN ESTIMATED CROWD OF 10,000, LARGE FOR THE TINY STATE OF PERLIS.

WATCH THE VIDEOS!

Record crowd at Perlis Black 505

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Ucapan Anwar Ibrahim di Kangar, Perlis Black 505

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‘Saya Anak Malaysia’ – Perlis setuju!

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Ucapan Tian Chua di Perlis Black 505

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Negeri kecil tetapi 7,000 hadiri Black 505 Perlis

Bashir Ishak, 11 Jun 2013

KANGAR: Sekalipun berstatus negeri terkecil di malaysia, sekitar 7,000 orang membanjiri dataran kompleks perniagaan di Kampung Bakau dekat sini malam tadi dalam program Black 505 peringkat negeri Perlis.

Himpunan membantah penipuan di dalam pilihan raya umum ke 13 baru-baru ini dianggap sebagai antara himpunan paling besar pernah diadakan di negeri ini sekaligus menggambarkan satu fenomena kebangkitan rakyat menuntut sebuah sistem pilihan raya yang lebih telus di negara ini selain mendesak pimpinan tertinggi Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya mletakkan jawatan.

Walaupun pada awalnya, pihak polis dikatakan tidak memberikan kebenaran bagi mengadakan perhimpunan ini, program tetap diteruskan dengan kehadiran orang ramai dari pelbagai kaum.

(Berdiri sambil menyanyikan lagu Negaraku dengan penuh semangat)

Ia juga untuk menyambut kehadiran pimpinan utama Pakatan Rakyat termasuk Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim dan Timbalan Presiden PAS, Mohamad Sabu.

Majlis bermula dengan ucapan dari pimpinan tempatan termasuk Ketua Cabang PKR Kangar, Ko Chu Liang; Pengerusi PKR Perlis, Mohd Faisol Abdul Rahman; ADUN PAS Sanglang, Mohd Shukri Ramli serta Ketua Dewan Ulama PAS Perlis, Ustaz Idris Yaacob.

Turut menyampaikan ucapan, wakil DAP, Syed Araniri Syed Ahmad Al-Idrus; ADUN Indera Kayangan; Chan Ming Kai; Setiausaha Perhubungan PAS Perlis, Ustaz Ya’akub Abu Seman; Ahli Parlimen Kuala Kedah, Dr Azman Ismail; ADUN Sidam, Dr Robert Ling dan Naib Presiden PKR, Tian Chua.

Majlis yang disusuli dengan tepukan dan tiupan trumpet oleh hadirin ini dimeriahkan lagi bila Pengerusi Solidariti Anak Muda Malaysia (SAMM) Badrul Hisham Shahrin mengambil pentas.

Seterusnya, majlis dikendalikan oleh Ahli Parlimen Sungai Petani, Datuk Johari Abdul dan sejurus kemudian beliau menjemput Mohamad Sabu untuk menyampikan ucapan sebelum di akhiri dengan ucapan oleh Anwar.

Majlis diakhiri dengan semua pimpinan dan hadirin menyanyikan lagu Negaraku.

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Malaysia Chronicle

Tuesday, 11 June 2013 06:19

Record crowd packs Perlis Black 505 rally: Calls for EC top duo to quit resound!

Written by  Wong Choon Mei, Malaysia Chronicle

KANGAR – Malaysia’s smallest and northern-most state Perlis saw its largest-ever political rally on Monday night, with some 10,000 people packing the Pakatan Rakyat’s Black 505 gathering in downtown Kangar to greet Opposition icon Anwar Ibrahim, PAS deputy chief Mohamad Sabu and a host of other leaders who had trekked up the country to rally public support for their fight against electoral cheating in the recently concluded May 5 ballot.

“We continue with our fight. As I have said, the general election is not over. We are now exposing one electoral fraud after another,” the 64-year-old Anwar told the roaring crowd.

“We have to make a stand. Enough is enough.”

‘Penipuan’ (Cheating)

Monday’s rally was the first-ever Black 505 gathering held by the Pakatan in Perlis and the folk here were not disappointed. Many had come to see for themselves what has been variously described as being “a social wave”, “a phenomenon”, “a political awakening” overtaking the country.

The Black 505 rallies – the brainchild of Anwar himself – has drawn mammoth crowds all over the country. Malaysians of all races have taken part in these assemblies with gusto, abandoning their customary shyness to call out voraciously for the resignations of Prime Minister Najib Razak and the top officials of the Election Commission for allegedly cheating in the country’s 13th general election.

In Kangar, where the 11th Black 505 rally was held, it was no different. The crowd’s enthusiasm was obvious despite it being a Monday night. “Penipuan” was the the most common response when Malaysia Chronicle asked several members of the audience why they had come to the rally.

“Inilah satu petanda orang Malaysia sudah sampai satu tahap politik yang matang (It is a sign Malaysians have become politically more matured),” was another common response.

Record crowd packs Perlis Black 505 rally: Calls for EC top duo to quit resound!

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Himpunan Black 505 malam tadi berjaya menghimpun 10000 hadirin di Perlis..Tahniah DS

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PERLIS

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Perdana Menteri Rakyat Malaysia Anwar Ibrahim tiba di tapak Perhimpunan Perlis @ Public Bank

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Anwar, Mat Sabu bersama barisan pimpinan Pakatan Rakyat di Perhimpunan Kangar @ Public Bank

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Lebih 6ribu tetap hadir di kawasan sempit dlm di Perlis walaupun diugut supaya tak hadir oleh perbagai agensi regim.

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The Black Sea of people in Perlis @ Public Bank

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Kedatangan mat sabu d Perli

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Yb Tian Chua d Perlis

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Tiny Perlis gears up for Black 505 rally – June 10, 2013

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Malaysia Chronicle

Monday, 10 June 2013 15:41

‘Tiny in size, big in spirit’ Perlis gears up for Black 505: Anwar, PR bigwigs on the way!

Written by  Malaysia Chronicle

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KANGAR – Perlis folk are gearing up for the Pakatan Rakyat’s Black 505 rally tonight and although the scale of attendance may not be as huge as the crowds it has previously drawn to venues in other bigger state, public spirit and sympathy appears very much to be still with Anwar Ibrahim and his Opposition front.

“I can’t be sure but if KL is a gauge, it should be good. We hope for the best,” said a stallholder, in the understated style of the rural folk, who had by 2.30pm already set up his apparatus and hung out the trademark Black 505 t-shirts for sale.
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Anwar on the way

In Kuala Lumpur, PKR strategy director Rafizi Ramli has agreed to defer the Padang Merbok rally from June 15 to June 22 after Umno-linked parties and the Kuala Lumpur Town Council insisted that the field had already been rented out and would not be available this Saturday.

But in Perlis, it is all systems go.

“Anwar is on his way. We have already given sufficient notice and we are all very excited. This will be the first time, Black 505 will take place in Perlis. We chose Kangar because it is the most central location. Later on, we may move into the more remote areas so that the village people don’t have to travel so far,” one of the Perlis co-ordinators told Malaysia Chronicle.

“Basically, Perlis people all want to experience for themselves what is this Black 505 all about. They have heard of it, they want to taste it for themselves. I know Umno is against Black 505 and has sent a message to its supporters not to attend. We hope they won’t cause trouble and send agent provocateurs to start fist fights here. They should be mature enough to accept that Malaysians even in the kampongs (villages) won’t be so stupid and easily influenced. If they want to shout ‘tumbang’ or topple Umno, ‘undur’ Najib, ‘undur’ SPRM (resign Prime Minister Najib Razak, resign Election Commission), it is because they share this feeling. Nobody can force anyone to shout along with them. We don’t pay anyone to attend our rallies and we don’t offer food or refreshments. People have to come because they want to. So to Umno, I say – grow up and stop the reverse-psy war. You only make the people scorn you more.”

Monday’s rally is to be held behind the Public Bank at Jalan Raja Syed Alwi and is due to start around 9pm.

Major embarrassment for Najib, Umno-BN

Kangar acting police chief Ismail Che Isa had a day ago told Bernama that the rally was illegal. Che Isa claimed the organizers had not furnished the 10-days notice allegedly required under the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012, but Pakatan Rakyat co-ordinations have denied his statement as an “outright lie”. They insisted they had already given notice 12 days ago.

Be that as it may, Perlis Black 505 is going ahead as scheduled and there is no turning away the scores of stalls that are already in the area, arranging for sale their wares ranging from scarves, t-shirts, hats, sunglasses, food, drinks and so forth.

The Perlis rally will also mark the first of the Pakatan’s second round of Black 505 assemblies to protest electoral fraud and a “stolen victory” in the recently-concluded May 5 general election.
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Impoverished and backward like Sabah and Sarawak

Perlis is the smallest state in Malaysia and one of the poorest despite its natural resources. It lies at the northern part of the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia and has Satun and Songkhla Provinces of Thailand on its northern border, and Kedah on the south.

Based on official 2010 statistics, Perlis has a population of only 227,025 people. Despite rolling green paddy fields that stretch for as far as the eye can see, rich fishing waters and possible oil and gas resources, the state is backward by at least 20 years in its economic and infrastructure development.

This economic under-development has been a source of much unhappiness among the Perlis folk and Najib’s Umno-BN coalition blamed for bypassing the state, which like Sabah and Sarawak, remain dilapidated and impoverished despite the economic booms enjoyed by the rest of the nation.

‘Tiny in size, big in spirit’ Perlis gears up for Black 505: Anwar, PR bigwigs on the way!

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[PERLIS] membantah kecurangan PRU13, 10 Jun. Welcome to Perlis

Malaysiakini

‘Notice given, so Perlis Black 505 to go on’

Pakatan Rakyat’s thanksgiving-cum-‘Black 505′ rally in Perlis will proceed as scheduled tonight, in spite of a police warning of action against its organisers.

The rally is scheduled at 9pm at Kampung Bakau, Kangar, behind the Public Bank.

NONEPKR Youth vice-chief Chan Ming Kai pointed out that the party had informed the police of the thanksgiving event 12 days ago, on May 29, and that the police had acknowledged the application on June 4.

In another letter dated June 3, Chan said he had told the police that the event had been updated to include a ‘Black 505′ rally, as part of a series of protests against alleged fraud during the 13th general election last month.

Chan, the Indera Kayangan state assemblyperson, said the police were also informed that there would be additional speakers.

However, the police then said they could not process the application just a day before the rally.

“As far as we are concerned, whether the rally is ‘Black 505′ or not, we had already informed the police that there would be a gathering at the place more than 10 days ago,” he said when contacted today.

Chan said the police claimed they could not process the application due to “incomplete information”, as they wanted proof of the landowner’s consent to use of the venue for the rally.

“The land is under the Perlis State Economic Development Corporation, a government-linked company, so to us the land is under the government.

“We are not using using their building. We’re just using the (vacant) land and the roads there, and it is also not a very open area.”

He added that the police response did not mention that Pakatan has failed to provide the compulsory 10-day notice or that the rally is illegal.

As such, he stressed that the rally will proceed tonight and said he hoped that there would be no trouble.

“We expect their (police) good cooperation with us,” said Chan, who will be among the speakers alongside PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim.

‘Notice givenso Perlis Black 505 to go on’

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#BLACK505 PERLIS
8.30PM
MONDAY 10 JUNE 2013
JALAN RAJA SYED ALWI
KANGAR
PERLIS

Anwar Ibrahim created an event.

#Black505 Perlis

June 10 at 8:30pm in UTC+08
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Malaysiakini
No-go for Kangar Black 505 rally

Police are not allowing a 505 Blackout gathering scheduled to take place tomorrow night in Kangar because the organisers have not notified police about it.

Kangar acting police chief DSP Ismail Che Isa urged the public not to take part in the gathering planned to take place on an open area in Kampung Bakau.

He also warned the organisers against going ahead with the programme or risk facing legal action.

Among the leaders scheduled to speak at the gathering are Parti Keadilan Rakyat de facto head Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and Indera Kayangan assemblyperson Chan Ming Kai.

Ismail said, if the programme was continued, it clearly did not abide by Section 9(1) of the Peaceful Gathering Act 2012, because under the section, the organiser must notify the police 10 days before the scheduled gathering.

– Bernama

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