Protesters begin second day with prayers, morning exercise

Breaking News August 30, 2015 11:20

The Star

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KUALA LUMPUR: Rally goers woke up to the sounds of vuvuzelas on Sunday morning to begin Day Two of the Bersih 4 rally.

The noise level was, however, noticeably lower perhaps due to the repeated warnings and calls by organisers to stop using the horn.
Many protesters, some of whom had spent the night sleeping on the street, woke up at around 7am and participated in the programmes arranged by Bersih.
Some went to the St. John’s Cathedral for morning mass while some others decided to start they day by participating in morning exercises.
At 9.30am, protesters gathered at Dataran Merdeka sang the national anthem.
A programme of songs, dances and speeches are set to resume at 10am.
The rally is expected to break for lunch at noon.

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