KUALA LUMPUR: Bersih has decided to organise a concert, featuring local artistes, to remind the Government of its eight demands for electoral reform.
During a press conference here Thursday, its co-chairman Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan said the NGO's demands were yet to be fulfilled.
She said the concert, to be held at the Kelana Jaya stadium on Oct 13, would serve as a reminder that the people had not forgotten their demand for clean and fair elections.
"This is one of the reasons we decided to have the concert. It is also to celebrate civil society," she said.
Among the artistes invited to perform were the Republic of Brickfields, Nik Bin Jidan, Ray Cheong and Julian Mokhtar.
Ambiga said the concert would be "like a family day" with activities for adults and children.
tunku : good, this is the way to protest. do it in the stadium or hall. don't take your discontentment to the streets and make it difficult for all. you can have this type of concert every night if you wish.
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