Rally ends peacefully with carnival-like atmosphere

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  • Saturday, 28 Mar 2015

National laureate A. Samad Said recites a poem in Kuala Lumpur

KUALA LUMPUR: Despite earlier warnings of crackdowns by the police on #KitaLawan rallies, Saturday’s gathering ended peacefully with a carnival-like atmosphere.

Both police and protesters lauded each other's cooperation and restraint during the three-hour rally, which ended on Jalan Ampang - just a few metres shy of their intended final destination of KLCC.

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