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This photo is not related to incident I encountered

When I was posted in a mountain city, Kandy Sri Lanka in late 90s and the country was still in war-torn situation, I encountered an organized parade with live band by a hundred secondary students in the street. A local bystander told me these students had a peaceful demonstration against their school authorities.

That democratic parade by the Sri Lankan students really impressed me on how mature democracy system in Sri Lanka. Their secondary students are given demonstration rights on the street and no violence or police intervention whatsoever at the end of the demonstration.

UMNO goons in Bolehland are practicing communism in the school’s head perfect selection.

Why ban elections for ‘ketua murid’? Shahrim Tamrin Wednesday, August 4th, 2010 12:47:00

SHAH ALAM: Kampung Tunku assemblyman Lau Weng San has questioned the Education Ministry’s decision to disallow elections for head prefect or head of class in schools.

Lau said based on a circular signed by Education Ministry director-general Tan Sri Datuk Alimuddin Mohd Dom dated Feb 12, schools were to stop the practice of students electing the ‘ketua murid’.

“I find the directive […]