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60 traders plan to recoup 'Bersih' losses in front of Ambiga's house
Kuala Lumpur: Sixty petty traders are planning to open up stalls in front of electoral reform group Bersih 3.0 co-chairman Datuk S. Ambiga's house in Bukit Damansara here on Thursday and Friday.
Their spokesman, Kuala Lumpur Petty Traders Action Council chairman Datuk Jamal Md Yunus said they were calling the action as "Bersih 4.0-Mencucikan Bersih 1,2,3" (Bersih 4.0- Cleaning up Bersih 1,2.3) and that they hoped to recoup the losses they suffered during the Bersih 3.0 rally in the city on April 28.
Speaking at a press conference here today, he said the traders would be operating stalls selling household goods, food and drinks from 3.30pm and 8pm on both the days.
"Each of the traders can expect a turnover of between RM300 and RM500 a day by trading there," he said.
He added that they would be applying for the needed permits from the authorities to do business there but would would still go ahead if denied.
Also present at the press conference were representatives from Malay right-wing movement Perkasa and the Malay Legal Council. -- Bernama