You Can Now Sign An Online Vote Of No Confidence Against Najib

Bersih 2.0 is urging Malaysians to petition to their respective MPs to call for a no-confidence vote against PM Najib Razak.

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Bersih 2.0 has launched a campaign for the public to pressure their respective MPs to support a vote of no confidence against PM Najib Razak.

The electoral watchdog has set up a website for the Undi Tidak Percaya (No-Confidence Vote) campaign, and the petition drive will run parallel with a physical campaign.

The public can take part by going to an online site,, and sign in their support.

The Dear YB site will create a letter which will be sent on behalf of the person signing to the relevant member of parliament.

Its deputy chairman Sarajun Hoda Abdul Hassan said it would be distributing 20,000 postcards through non-governmental organisations to send to their MPs.

Bersih 2.0 also said that this is the "only democratic way" to pressure Najib to quit, and has refuted the Dewan Rakyat Speaker's claim that there is no mechanism to move a vote of no confidence

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“People have spoken, asking for a democratic change as well as an institutional reform to save the country from the rot it is in now and the only democratic way to achieve that is to have a no-confidence vote in Parliament,” Sarajun said.

The group also noted Dewan Rakyat Speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Mulia Amin's claim that there is no mechanism to move a vote of no confidence, but said Najib could instead ask for a vote of confidence to prove that he still had majority support.

"If he is really confident that he has the backing of the majority then he should allow a vote of confidence," the group's national representative New Sin Yew said.

How does the No-Confidence Vote campaign works?

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20,000 postcards have been printed for the 'Undi Tidak Percaya' campaign.

These will be distributed to the public through NGOs, which will collect and deliver them to the parliamentarians representing the various constituencies.

Alternatively, Sarajun said, the people could also fill in their personal details at the 'Dear YB' website that Bersih has set up for the same purpose.

He said the website would automatically generate a digital version of the postcard which Bersih would print and mail out on the public's behalf.

In August, Bersih 2.0 organised Bersih 4 rally to demand for Najib's resignation and institutional reforms to be implemented so as to end prime-ministerial corruption:

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