Tunku Abdul Aziz Ibrahim is a DAP vice chairman and a DAP senator but his senatorship won’t be renewed by DAP because DAP and the other opposition parties are not happy with him for not supporting Bersih 3.0 street rally.
Bersih 3.0 should be held in a stadium, if it is not held in a stadium that means the Bersih organisers broke the law, and by asking people to join the Bersih 3.0 street rally Tunku Aziz said, “Bersih encourages Malaysians to break the law”.
He said, “I am in favour of us assembling if that is not breaking the law, and breaking the law is something that I cannot support as I am a lawmaker,”(The Star April 27, 2012).
Tunku Abdul Aziz also said that a huge street rally will be hard to be controlled, and there may be people who act violently and some people might get hurt.
And after the Bersih riot when the Bersih 3.0 organisers and the opposition parties blamed the government and police for the riot he said that, “Bersih 3.0 organisers are not a group of angels descended from heaven who are completely blameless,” (blogsite The Mole).
Even though he was sad for not to be a senator any longer, he thinks that honour and integrity is better then fibbing for something.
I think that he is a good politician because he is brave, honest, and he dares to sacrifice for the people.
Opposition parties need to be more responsible, obey the law and be fair to everyone.
They should not run away from their responsibilities, put their supporters in danger and put the blame on other people.
I want to be a good politician and I also want to work in United Nations too, just like him.
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4 thoughts on “The Brave Tunku Abdul Aziz Ibrahim”
It is his right to express his own views , a right enshrined in DAP’s “constitution”. But the appalling reaction by DAP or even PR supporters show that Malaysians are still immature about democracy.
Dear nick chan abdullah,
Thank you for writing. It is true. They chose to name their party Democratic Action Party, so they should understand how to be democratic. Not only their supporters are angry but their leaders are angry too.