The Bersih 3.0 rally may be three weeks old, but for the organisers co-chairperson Ambiga Sreenevasan it is still not too late to pay tribute to Malaysians for coming out in strength to show support.
Asked by Malaysiakini what had she learnt from the rally, Ambiga's quick response was do not underestimate Malaysians.
She said Bersih is not about herself, in reality it is a ground-up movement.
"It is not mine, it's not Pak Samad Said's. We did not pay for them to come, and in fact they paid on their own for the T-shirts and transport. Some designed them on their own. The people have taken ownership of Bersih.