Blackout 505 rally

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA - Protesters listen to speech of the opposition leader Anwar Ibrhim during Blackout 505 #KL622 in Kuala Lumpur on Jun 22, 2013. The gathering's three main demands are for the Election Commission (EC) members to step down and a bipartisan interim panel be elected, for re-elections to be held in 30 parliamentary seats which Pakatan lost marginally and claims it has strong proof of misconduct and for the postponement of any delineation or amendments to the election law until a new EC is selected
KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA – Protesters listen to speech of the opposition leader Anwar Ibrhim during Blackout 505 #KL622 in Kuala Lumpur on Jun 22, 2013. The gathering’s three main demands are for the Election Commission (EC) members to step down and a bipartisan interim panel be elected, for re-elections to be held in 30 parliamentary seats which Pakatan lost marginally and claims it has strong proof of misconduct and for the postponement of any delineation or amendments to the election law until a new EC is selected. THE MALAY MAIL / SHAHIR OMAR
KUALA LUMPUR , 22/6/2013. A Kuala Lumpur City Hall officers leaving from the crowd after trying to remove campers at Padang Merbok Kuala Lumpur during the Blackout 505 Rally.  The gathering's three main demands are for the Election Commission (EC) members to step down and a bipartisan interim panel be elected, for re-elections to be held in 30 parliamentary seats which Pakatan lost marginally and claims it has strong proof of misconduct and for the postponement of any delineation or amendments to the election law until a new EC is selected
KUALA LUMPUR , 22/6/2013. A Kuala Lumpur City Hall officers leaving from the crowd after trying to remove campers at Padang Merbok Kuala Lumpur during the Blackout 505 Rally. The gathering’s three main demands are for the Election Commission (EC) members to step down and a bipartisan interim panel be elected, for re-elections to be held in 30 parliamentary seats which Pakatan lost marginally and claims it has strong proof of misconduct and for the postponement of any delineation or amendments to the election law until a new EC is selected. THE MALAY MAIL / SHAHIR OMAR
KUALA LUMPUR , 22/6/2013. An aboriginals listens to speech by opposition leader Malaysia ,Anwar Ibrahim during the Blackout 505 Protester during Blackout 505 #KL622 in Kuala Lumpur on Jun 22, 2013. The gathering's three main demands are for the Election Commission (EC) members to step down and a bipartisan interim panel be elected, for re-elections to be held in 30 parliamentary seats which Pakatan lost marginally and claims it has strong proof of misconduct and for the postponement of any delineation or amendments to the election law until a new EC is selected.THE MALAY MAIL / SHAHIR OMAR
KUALA LUMPUR , 22/6/2013. An aboriginals listens to speech by opposition leader Malaysia ,Anwar Ibrahim during the Blackout 505 Protester during Blackout 505 #KL622 in Kuala Lumpur on Jun 22, 2013. The gathering’s three main demands are for the Election Commission (EC) members to step down and a bipartisan interim panel be elected, for re-elections to be held in 30 parliamentary seats which Pakatan lost marginally and claims it has strong proof of misconduct and for the postponement of any delineation or amendments to the election law until a new EC is selected.THE MALAY MAIL / SHAHIR OMAR
KUALA LUMPUR , 22/6/2013. Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim waves during Blackout 505 #KL622 in Kuala Lumpur on Jun 22, 2013. The gathering's three main demands are for the Election Commission (EC) members to step down and a bipartisan interim panel be elected, for re-elections to be held in 30 parliamentary seats which Pakatan lost marginally and claims it has strong proof of misconduct and for the postponement of any delineation or amendments to the election law until a new EC is selected.
KUALA LUMPUR , 22/6/2013. Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim waves during Blackout 505 #KL622 in Kuala Lumpur on Jun 22, 2013. The gathering’s three main demands are for the Election Commission (EC) members to step down and a bipartisan interim panel be elected, for re-elections to be held in 30 parliamentary seats which Pakatan lost marginally and claims it has strong proof of misconduct and for the postponement of any delineation or amendments to the election law until a new EC is selected.

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