Humanity Solidarity Assembly


Independent Young People Reject Corruption

The Selangor level International Youth Day 2013 celebration themed ‘Independent Young People Reject Corruption’ at the Shah Alam Independence Square. This programme was attended by the Selangor Chief Minister, Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim and also state government Executive Councillor, Dr Ahmad Yunus Hairi and Elizabeth Wong. Over 2,000 youths joined in the celebration.


Anwar Ibrahim ‘World Conference on Islamic Resurgence, Democracy and Socio Economic Dvlpmt Part 3


Clouds Envelop Muslim Countries: Anwar Ibrahim


Anwar Ibrahim: World Conference on Islamic Resurgence, Democracy & Socio Economic Dvlpmt Part 2


Anwar Ibrahim ‘World Conference on Islamic Resurgence, Democracy and Socio Economic Dvlpmt Part 1


Set Aside Differences for the sake of Noble Deeds – Khalid Ibrahim


100 Days Of Selangor People’s Coalition

A sincerely 100 days of ruling by the People’s Coalition Governance.

The 100-day rule is still too soon to witness all of the achievements. However the Selangor People’s Coalition has been effective in carrying forward a few agendas from the start of their ruling into the second term, as opposed to Barisan Nasional which motivation is still the same as before: to protect their interests.

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Message From The Selangor Chief Minister For the 56th Merdeka


United People For Selangor’s Progress is largely due to the Coalition constantly working on improving people’s prosperity by launching various programmes, schemes and incentives through the Merakyatkan Ekonomi Selangor agenda since June 2008.

Everything is done for the sake of harmony, regardless of race, religion and culture. This is Selangorku – United People for Selangor’s Progress.

Merdeka! Merdeka! Merdeka!


MDKL Receives 10 CCTV Units


Kuala Langat District Council (MDKL) became the first local authority to benefit from the new equipment with the official handover of ready-to-use 10 CCTV units.

The CCTV system which utilises a combination of Cable and Fibre Optics has started operation 24-hours a day, connected directly to the ICT Unit of the District Police Headquarters (DPHQ).

“Check Your TNB Meter”

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Selangorku Special Reports narrates on the problems faced by the people who are burdened by the soaring electricity bills ever since analogue meters were replaced by digital, which purportedly have many shortcomings that are troubling users.

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Chegu Bard Charged Under the Peaceful Assembly Act

PETALING JAYA, JUNE 4th – Solidarity for Malaysian Young People (SAMM) Chairman Badrul Hisham Shahrin is to face the Petaling Jaya Magistrate Court at 9am tomorrow for the charge under Section 9(1) of the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012.

Badrul Hisham was served the warrant summoning him to appear in court at the Media Room, PKR Headquarters.

He was served the warrant at 1.40 pm at a meeting with an officer from the Petaling Jaya Police Headquarters which lasted 10 minutes.

Badrul Hisham is allegedly involved in the organisation of the People’s Voice Assembly 505 on the 25th of May at the east field of Petaling Jaya Municipal Council.

If convicted, Badrul would be facing a fine of no more than RM!0,000.

In further explanation, Badrul suggested that he is being charged for failing to inform the police about the assembly 10 days prior to the event as stated in the act.

However, he expressed complete faith in his lawyers and the judiciary in solving the matter.

“Yesterday, a group of policemen came to my home and my mother’s home in search of me but they failed to locate me.”

“When I learnt about it today, I personally called them to arrange a meeting,” he announced to the reporters.

He also added that he felt the charge was an abuse of the current laws as the same laws are not applied to programs organised by Umno-BN.

“Why are these laws not applied to pro-BN programs?”

“I can list a thousand Umno-BN programs and yet no such action has been taken against them.”

In a comment, he said that the legal system in Malaysia is beginning to resemble a class system.

“It seems that ordinary people like me who do not support BN have legal action taken against us but followers of BN are allowed to move about freely.”