Malaysian protesters continue to rally and voice their frustration with the country's prime minister over allegations of corruption.
Prime Minister Najib Razak is suspected of funneling hundreds of millions of dollars in public money to a bank account in his name. His defense that the money was simply a massive campaign donation has only fueled public outcry. (Video via CNN)
Previous demonstrations by the group have been broken up by tear gas and water cannons. (Video via The Star Online)
This time around, the group's signature yellow t-shirts have been banned and the rally has been deemed illegal.
The group aims to be non-partisan, but the substantial power of Razak's party is a concern for many. Bersih recently changed its demand from having the prime minister take leave during the investigation into the money he received to having him resign altogether. (Video via BBC)
The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission announced Thursday it would block websites that spread information about or encourage people to participate in the rallies. (Video via Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission)
Malaysia's Foreign Ministry announced that it will identify Malaysians who participate in demonstrations outside of the country and take legal action against them. The country's Deputy Foreign Minister said Malaysia is not a dictatorship, but protester actions could hurt the reputation of the country abroad. (Video via The Star Online)