Since they are pretty determined, to test the patience of those who just want and those who look forward to a peaceful weekend about town, let them.
The police should just go about their mundane duties, get on with their silly routines and leave "civil society" to their own devices.
Whatever, Bersih mulls new strategies for electoral reforms push, whatever.
I will ask however, those NGO personalities, Samanther and Josiah et al, 'representatives from 14 of the NGOs, (who) said today they will continue to “lobby, educate and demand” until free and fair elections are a reality', when you educate your own kids, do you also educate them to demand?
Shame the devil but you need not answer.
I'll offer you and the other 82 "legitimate" NGOs some guidance if you haven't had already.
Here's a Code of Ethics & Conduct for NGOs Compliance Manual to pass the time while you strategise more disturbance.
Such a code can assist stakeholders in identifying and avoiding “pretenders” and irresponsible NGOs - Conduct for NGOs Compliance ManualGood luck and happy compliance.
Is BERSIH a legally constituted entity?
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