Tag: Chinese voters
The prime minister sees no movement for a change in government and is confident of a good result for BN in the May 9 polls.
Political observers say Dr Sim Kui Hian should do what the former MCA leader did and take the fight to DAP in its Bandar Kuching stronghold.
President of LDP claims voters are losing confidence in parties from now defunct Pakatan Rakyat as their leaders lack principles.
The Diplomat says to retain his leadership, Najib bent towards a ‘Malay first’ and conservative Islam stance but now it has come to haunt him as he has to convince non-Malays he is their leader too.
DPM Zahid Hamidi says the DAP pledged to improve the people’s lot in the two previous general elections, but nothing came of it.
Those who stubbornly reject BN's inclusive spirit may also have to do without the government’s allocations, contracts and aid, warns Umno Youth vice-chief Khairul Azwan Harun.
The Election Commission's redelineation proposal sees all political parties talking about being on the losing end, but the eventual outcome is quite apparent.
Victory in both by-elections won't bring change in the government, but the effort shows people reject Najib, says ex-premier
Sarawak Chief Minister says he does not cherish not having any Chinese in the government.
If the Sarawakians want Chinese ministers in the state government, then they have to vote for SUPP, says Adenan Satem.