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Although all those arrested on July 9 were released later that evening, Hishammuddin left open the possibility that they could still be charged with criminal offenses.
"Of those who were arrested, the AG's [attorney general's] Chambers is currently studying the seriousness of their offenses to determine whether to charge them or not," he said, singling out the Bersih chairwoman, Ambiga Sreenevasan.
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Human Rights Watch urged the government to free immediately and unconditionally the 6 detained Socialist Party members, rescind the charges against another 24 party members already released on bail, and to stop using preventive detention legislation, such as the Emergency Ordinance, against peaceful protesters.In seeking a seat on the United Nations Human Rights Council, Malaysia pledged in an official communication to other governments on March 9, 2010, that it "reaffirms its full commitment to the promotion and protection of human rights at both the domestic and international levels.""The Malaysian government's promise to fulfill its international obligations as a UN Human Rights Council member faces an acid test in the coming days and weeks," Robertson said."Malaysia's international friends need to let Prime Minister Najib know that he is leading his country down the wrong path."The Malaysian authorities’ crushing of Bersih’s march shows that when basic liberties compete with the entrenched power of the state, the government is quick to throw respect for rights out the window.Video footage from the media shows the security forces making unprovoked attacks on the marchers.Prime Minister Najib Razak and Inspector General of Police Ismail Omar denied that the security forces attacked first, however.