Malaysia opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim plans to lead a rally on Wednesday night to dispute the results of the May 5 election even after police threatened to arrest anyone who attends.
Anwar Ibrahim (AFP Photo)
"We are going ahead with the rally," Rafizi Ramli, strategic director of Anwar's People's Justice Party, said in a telephone interview in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday. "We have gone to inform the police. The basis of informing them is for them to help with the traffic."
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