Lim Kit Siang dalam satu temubual dengan Radio Australia juga menolak sebarang bentuk kacau bilau ala Arab Spring dan apa juga bentuk kacau ganggu seumpamanya. Seperti Anwar, dia juga mahu bantahan dibuat secara aman dan tertib bagi menyampaikan 'dakyah' mereka kononnya berlaku penipuan dalam pilihanraya.
Selepas Anwar Ibrahim menolak Arab Spring (walaupun Nurul Izzah menyeru Arab Spring dan Tian Chua menyokong agenda menggulingkan kerajaan melalui demonstrasi), Kit Siang juga menolak perlakuan ini. Tidak perlu bertanyakan PAS kerana keputusan kini dua pertiga.
Maka, atas dasar apa pelampau seperti Tian Chua, Haris Ibrahim, Hishamuddin Rais dan Adam Adli kini berdiri? Diharap Menteri KDN yang baru dapat segera 'mengerjakan' pengganggu gugat tiga ekor ini beserta konco-konco mereka. Perlakuan mereka bukan sebahagian dari budaya negara ini.
Malaysia's Opposition not after an Arab spring: DAP leader
Updated 13 May 2013, 14:45 AEST
Malaysia's opposition is planning several political gatherings across the country this month, over last week's disputed national elections.
The protests could be the most provocative challenge to the Malaysian government in years.
Lim Kit Siang, a veteran senior member of the DAP, a component of the three-party Pakatan Rakyat, says that the Opposition is studying allegations of fraud in up to 30 constituencies.
Mr Lim, who created a political upset in the election by winning a seat in Johor state against the incumbent chief minister, says media reports of a 'wave of protests' are erroneous.
Presenter: Sen Lam
Speaker: Lim Kit Siang, member of parliament for Gelang Patah, and senior member of the opposition Democratic Action Party
LIM: Well, we're having ceramahs (political rallies) in order to explain to the people the electoral fraud, as well as the latest political situation in the country. I had one last night for instance, a DAP ceramah. Of course people are angry and frustrated that the election process has been so unfair, not having a level playing field, that has deprived the country of a government that they wanted - which is a replacement of the present government and prime minister.
LAM: Are you concerned that such ongoing protests might lead to national instability?
LIM: Well, we definitely do not want an 'Arab spring' in the sense of having national incidents and all that. We want to continue to have peaceful and orderly process, where there can be public meetings to explain to the people the latest political developments in the country, including the electoral fraud.
LAM: Isn't it time for all Malaysians now, to get together, after you've had these elections - to forward the progress of the country?
LIM: Yes, I agree there must be politics of national reconciliation, but an example must be set by the Prime Minister himself. He must adopt the language of reconciliation and not the language of national division, like his reference to the election result as a "Chinese tsunami", the talk about the Chinese not being grateful - that is not the language of national reconciliation. Similarly, as far as the electoral fraud is concerned, I think that must be addressed - the problems arising from that, the distrust, the anger, arising from the people's disappointment, cannot be ignored. But I do agree, this all must be done in a peaceful, orderly and democratic fashion, without allowing any irresponsible people to stir up trouble.
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