Bersih is still "illegal" as far as the law is concerned although the illegal movement's chairperson has had an audience with Seri Paduka Baginda Yang Di-Pertuan Agong - says Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishamuddin Hussien.
Listed below are the 70 'non-governmental organisations" said to have endorsed and/or are part of the the illegal movement called Bersih. Some of the NGOs do appear dubious though. I haven't heard of this department called "Jabatan Amal Johor"which is one of the NGO's listed as having endorsed the illegal movement.
Jemaah Islah Malaysia , which DAP Jelutong MP Jeff Ooi once labelled as an "extremist religious organisation" is also in the list (on two counts) plus a host of other totally insignificant talkshops like "Friends in Conversation" and "Sembang-sembang Forum".
Certainly 'Anwar Ibrahim Club" is there too as an NGO, together with our Council of Churches.
But guys, Bersih has been declared illegal by the Government and the Home Minister just reiterated that the declaration stays put. So, could the genuine NGOs stay out of this illegal movement and let the dubious NGOs like the Anwar Ibrahim Club (wonder what club's activities are) continue with their political circus.
p/s I call upon peace loving Malaysian citizens to fully support the Royal Malaysian Police' initiatives and preventive measures to safeguard the peace and stability that we are so used to. Don't stay put and think all will be rosy when the devils are out threatening our nation.