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Bukan semua 4 parti Sarawak setuju tubuhkan GPS

Sekurang-kurangnya satu parti mahu keempat-empat parti bercantum menjadi satu parti.

Not all 4 ex-BN parties agreed to form GPS in Sarawak

At least one party had wanted the four parties to be merged into a single political party.

Masing-Entulu rift spills over in Selangau

300 Kakus PRS division members resign from party, citing loss of confidence in the leadership of Masing.

Will the Bidayuh be represented in PH’s Cabinet?

The Bidayuhs are well represented in the Sarawak state government, as well as in the previous federal Cabinet.

Is the writing on the wall for UPP?

The party's conflicting stands on PH and BN do not help its public image, and many have begun to write it off.

SUPP still committed to MA63 rights, says party chief

This is despite SUPP's poor showing in GE14, with the party losing six of the seven seats it contested.

Will Richard Riot stay put in SUPP?

Sarawak PKR chairman Baru Bian says there has been no official application from Richard Riot to join PKR.

Sarawak BN parties expected to stick together

PBB, PRS, SUPP and PDP are expected to stay together despite BN's disastrous election outing last week.

PKR underdog Willie Mongin has better chance in Puncak Borneo

This is because the BN has fielded a newcomer and there is talk of a split among PPB members in the constituency over the BN’s choice of candidate.

SUPP’s Sim sees fighting chance in Stampin

Dr Sim Kui Hian says he entered the Stampin race as an underdog but has received a favourable response from the people.

SUPP’s Kho: I’m not naïve, I know Kuching is a DAP...

The political newbie knows her struggle will be tough but wants to work with government to solve flood problems in Kuching.

Ex-MP tells why he now backs DAP man

Patrick Uren says he stayed out to enable Mordi Bimol to engage in a straight fight with BN's Anthony Nogeh.

Baru Bian ‘brings BN windfall for Selangau’

Sarawak PKR chairman's candidacy resulted in BN announcing millions to be spent on bazaar, better roads and new sports complex, says party source.

PKR’s Nicholas Bawin hopes to be third time lucky

Internal strife in BN component party and a newcomer opponent may give Bawin more confidence after two previous attempts.

‘Small boy’ SUPP can offer Sibu nothing, says DAP’s Oscar Ling

Sibu incumbent Oscar Ling says an MP representing BN will only become a yes-man in Parliament.

Confident but not over-confident: Oscar Ling’s approach in Sibu

The DAP incumbent says he will continue working hard to retain Sibu as nothing can be taken for granted in elections.

Remember who closed our local banks, Sarawak CM tells voters

He says local banks were forced to enter into mergers with other peninsula banks, resulting in them being swallowed up during Dr Mahathir Mohamad's time as prime minister.

Fight for Sarikei too close to call

It is hard to predict which way voters will swing as the seat has changed hands with very low majorities in both of the past two elections.

Little-known Peace Party makes debut in Sarawak

Two women contesting as its candidates in Bandar Sibu and Lanang.

PKR gives way to Larry Sng in Julau

Larry Sng was widely expected to contest on a Pakatan Harapan ticket.

Riot’s opponents face uphill task in Serian

Richard Riot is able to draw on federal resources and may be too well-entrenched for the opposition to shake at this point.

DAP man not taking things for granted in Bandar Kuching

DAP candidate for Kuching Kelvin Yii says GE14 is a battle between the people of Malaysia against corruption.

SUPP and UPP to be one again, but when?

This is the wish of Chief Minister Abang Johari Openg, who wants to see the two Chinese-based parties united as one to strengthen support for BN.

Will sacked Entulu contest as an independent?

BN’s chances of retaining Selangau may be jeopardised if the popular former PRS deputy president, sacked from the party, seeks re-election.