Bersih 2.0 is assessing all legal options in dealing with “malicious allegations” and will hold those who “fabricate and circulate” them as responsible.
The NGO added in a statement that it has no connection with terrorist groups.
“Bersih 2.0 rejects in the strongest possible terms the allegations made by Jamal Yunos at a press conference on Wednesday,” it said.
The allegations are baseless and are made with ill intentions to strike fear and provoke violence, stressed the NGO.
Bersih 2.0 assured that its’ supporters have no plans to gather at airports in Malaysia.
“We will follow the convoy and rally schedule,” said the statement by the Bersih 2.0 Steering Committee. “We have announced them through media statements, uploaded them on our website and posted in the social media.”
Bersih 2.0 went on to state that it will remain a people’s movement.
The clear objective was to peacefully strive for democratisation beginning with electoral and institutional reforms.
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