"Today's peaceful gathering in Kuala Lumpur, and around other venues in the country and abroad, is to show so many of us stand together, with one voice, a voice of change.
Whether to reform elections, provide free elections, to halt Lynas or to defend Felda families.
We want a free and fair elections. You have a vote and I have a vote. No one should steal our votes. We shall work to defend our votes and will not allow anyone to mock our votes. KL112 says, reform elections now.
Our children are the future, and guaranteeing free education to all Anak Malaysia is a responsibility, not a means to place debt on the young. KL112 says, free education is a right.
Business cannot outweigh environmental safety, which is why protecting the safety of the people of Kuantan cannot be an afterthought. KL112 says, No to Lynas.
Planters and their families are not commodities to be traded as seen in the forced-through public listing of Felda and the financial consequences these people are facing today. KL112 says, decide what’s right for the planters not what is profitable to a small group feeding on the weak.
Today, in Kuala Lumpur’s peaceful assembly and in peaceful assemblies everywhere else, the message is clear, that government cannot be about ignoring the voices of the people.
You, who have showed up are key to the struggle."