Party chief Dominic Lau names heads of election team but does not reveal who will be nominated.
Azhar Harun says no one complained when the EC fixed the May 11 Sandakan by-election in the middle of DAP’s annual general meeting.
However, Ahmad Zahid Hamidi says the BN Supreme Council will decide whether Umno or MCA will field a candidate.
The PPBM president confirms, however, that the candidate will be from his party.
A new date for the AGM, scheduled for Nov 2-3, will be announced later.
The move comes following a resolution by local Umno leaders who want a candidate from the Malay party.
Contesting parties given 2-week campaigning period.
The party says its election machinery will be instructed to help the ruling coalition retain the seat.
Pro-tem president of new party says Putra will enter the fray if others field a non-Malay.
Azhar Harun says there is no question of him not defending EC officers.
After Anifah Amin's victory is declared null and void, Sabah Umno says it will go all-out to retain the seat if a by-election is held.
This follows Kota Kinabalu Election Court declaration that the victory of former foreign minister Anifah Aman in the Kimanis parliamentary seat in GE14 is null and void.
But Lim Wei Jiet says oral sex laws are outdated and should be amended.
PBS information chief Joniston Bangkuai says vote buying was a mockery to democracy and called on those with evidence to furnish police with information to assist in the investigations.
PBS vice-president Johnny Mositun says this is a 'desperate act from a desperate party'.
PBS president Maximus Ongkili laughs off DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang’s grand plan to set up a special council to restore Sandakan’s glory.
DAP claims Khaled Nordin is trying to stoke racial and religious tensions through a social media post today ahead of the Sandakan by-election.
Posters on the three independent candidates for Sandakan by-election are hardly seen.
BN MP Bung Moktar Radin says Sandakan voters should return the seat to a local-based party by electing PBS candidate Linda Tsen.
A speaker from the floor draws laughter at public forum by suggesting that only one independent should contest, not three, to save their deposit money.
Discontent over local issues may lead to DAP's massive majority being cut, says analyst.
The deputy prime minister says the money lost through the 1MDB scandal could have been put to better use in Sabah.
Only independent candidates agree to take part, with Vivien Wong and Linda Tsen citing busy schedules.
The elderly woman says she and her family had been voting for DAP because they believed the party would ensure they would be able to buy the PPR unit they are staying at.