Filed under Foreign Policy, Human Rights, Labor, a Malaysian has sent in a petition to the White House, seeking urgent attention regarding “democracy crisis in Malaysia”. The concern, as stated in the petition, is primarily focused on foreign workers that were employed for fraud voting in the 13th Malaysian general election.
Created on 4th May 2013 (Saturday), the petition has raked in 127,002 signatures as of time of writing. Here it is in full:
We are the concerned citizens of Malaysia, and hereby we are writing you a letter, which we need your attention urgently and international solidarity supports.
The regime of Malaysia’s National Coalition Front (Barisan Nasional), had bribed to the official recruitment agency of Bangladesh, to allow a huge number of Bangladeshi workers (estimated about 600,000 people) deported from their homeland to Malaysia for such despicable and non democratic action.
We are hereby requesting ladies and gentlemen to provide solidarity supports and necessary assistances for us, to ensure the election can be conducted in clean and fair manners. For more information and evidence, here is the news link: http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-967755.
Long live democracy.
Kuan-Ping Ang and etc
Do you agree or disagree with the above? Drop us your comments or if you feel like you need to, sign the petition. We’ll leave it up to you guys to decide!