By Mohamed Haji Said
KUALA LUMPUR, May 21 — My name is Mohamed Haji Said. I am 65 years old, a retired corporate executive, a law graduate from the UK and called to the English Bar in 1968.
The only reason I attended Bersih 2.0 and 3.0 was that I want clean and fair elections.
Is that too much to ask of the prime minister and the Election Commission?
Who is the convicted former police chief to say that I have other intentions?
In other countries, the press don’t care what ex-convicts have to say about the law.
I have been a Barisan Nasional (BN) man in the past. But now I don’t think BN wants a clean election. I am convinced they want to cheat.
If BN wants to convince people to believe them they should use more credible personalities instead of an ex-convict.