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Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Public Forum - Malaysian Civil Liberties Movement (MCLM)

There will be a public forum organized by the Malaysian Civil Liberties Movement (MCLM) and hosted by Raja Petra Kamarudin, Yolanda Augustin and Farouk A. Peru. At the forum, MCLM will also be announcing the first name of several candidates from the civil society movements who have volunteered to do national service by contesting the coming general election.

Date: Sunday, 12th December 2010
Time: 13.00hrs-15.00 hrs GMT (21.00hrs Malaysian local time)
Venue: The Function Room, Holiday Villa Hotel, 35-37 Leinster Gardens, London W2 3AN
(see location map, Holiday Villa Hotel)

If you are going by transport, the nearest tube station is the Bayswater (District and Circle Line) or Queensway (Central Line)

MCLM will be setting up a u-streaming link for those who would like to follow the event LIVE. Please go to http://www.ustream.tv/discovery/live/all?q=varvoom

THE MCLM MISSION AND VISION STATEMENT

The Malaysian Civil Liberties Movement (MCLM) envisions a nation that has fully realised the aspirations of our founding fathers that Malaysia be a nation founded upon the principles of liberty and justice, her people bound together by a unity of purpose and imbibed with self-belief, to make Malaysia a land of prosperity and peace, ever seeking the welfare and happiness of its people and the maintenance of a just peace among all nations.

The Federal Constitution of 1957 guarantees all citizens of, first, Malaya and, later, Malaysia, the rights and liberties accorded to all free men of all democratic nations and provides for the establishment of institutions of state to secure and safeguard those liberties.

The existence and application of draconian laws in the context of a systemic failure on the part of many of those institutions to honour their duty to uphold, protect and preserve the Federal Constitution has resulted in those guaranteed rights and liberties becoming, for many, illusory.

We believe that many Malaysians desire changes and reforms as comprehensively laid out in The People’s Voice and The People’s Declaration. The MCLM aims to take a leading role in realising these aspirations and encouraging the wider participation of civil society in shaping the future of our nation.

To read The People's Voice and The People's Declaration, please follow The People’s Parliament link below:
The People's Voice, the People's Declaration

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS TO ASK THE FORUM YOU CAN POST THEM BELOW

Location map: Holiday Villa Hotel



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Location map: Bayswater tube station



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Location map: Queensway tube station



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