Anwar’s letter to Guan Eng that "the tide and clamour for reform is irreversible"

- briefing of Johore DAP State and Branch leaders on the 
DAP nation-wide "Justice For All" Campaign

by Lim Kit Siang  

(Ayer Hitam, Sunday): Lim Guan Eng and Anwar Ibrahim have become two most outstanding international examples of rank injustices in the Malaysian system of governance.

If an elected Member of Parliament has to be jailed for defending the honour, human rights and women’s rights of an underaged 15-year-old girl from  statutory rape and a person who until recently held the high office of Deputy Prime Minister could be assaulted while under police custody in the inner sanctum of the  police high command that he still spotted a black eye and other bruises ten days later, Malaysians are entitled to ask how they could expect justice and fair play under the Malaysian sun.

This is why the DAP has launched a nation-wide "Justice For All" Campaign, not just for the sake of Guan Eng and Anwar Ibrahim but for 21 million Malaysians, and not just about legal justice, but justice in the   most comprehensive sense - whether political, economic, educational, social, cultural, legal or religious.

Anwar Ibrahim, who is detained at the Sungai Buloh Prison  has sent Chinese New Year greetings to Guan Eng who is jailed at Kajang Prison, sharing his views about rank injustices in Malaysia.

In his letter, Anwar wrote:


*Lim Kit Siang - Malaysian Parliamentary Opposition Leader, Democratic Action Party Secretary-General & Member of Parliament for Tanjong