Bersih raising funds to continue pushing for reforms

Faisal Asyraf

Modified 11 Jun 2019, 7:16 am

The Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections, Bersih 2.0, has kicked off a fund to raise RM1.4 million to help it continue pushing for its reforms agenda.

Its chairperson Thomas Fann said the fund would be used for various programmes until the end of next year, as well as for staffing and office operations.

Bersih has outlined six programmes - electoral reform, parliamentary reform, election monitoring and observation, restoration of local government elections, civic education on democracy for university students and a special project on the forthcoming Sarawak state election...

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