Tag: deputy president
In a tight race for the deputy president's post, incumbent Mohamed Azmin Ali has won in 16 out of 21 divisions in Sarawak today.
Salang replaces former minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, Joseph Entulu Belaun, who was expelled from the party before GE14.
He says PKR members must not be too caught up in the excitement of the polls and should focus on fulfilling the aspirations of the people.
He will go up against former Perak MIC chairman M Ramasamy.
Rafizi Ramli says he has won in seven of the 13 divisions in the Federal Territories and obtained 2,934 votes against Azmin's 2,794.
The focus is on the contest for the deputy presidency between Mohamed Azmin Ali and Rafizi Ramli.
The PKR leaders, who are both vying to be deputy president, are seen smiling and chatting at a press conference today.
Sarawak PKR leaders say Mohamed Azmin Ali has done a lot for the state chapter and is seen as closer to the ground.
The former Pandan MP who is vying for the deputy president's post says he has a strategy to increase PKR's seats in the state assembly.
Rafizi Ramli says PKR is divided between his supporters and those backing Azmin Ali and the contest for the post of deputy president is to settle this disunity.
The PKR deputy president aspirant says Sabah and Sarawak should be recognised as equal entities in the Malaysian federation.
The PKR vice-president has obtained exemption from the RoS as provided for in the Societies Act.
PKR's chief whip says action must be taken if the claims made by two PKR leaders in the state are proven to be true.
Tian Chua also says there is nothing unusual in Azmin's appointment to a federal post.
PPBM deputy president Mukhriz Mahathir says with former PM Najib Razak arming himself with the best lawyers in relation to the 1MDB probe, Putrajaya needs a capable AG.
No one has admitted to Umno's failings, with most appearing to vie for 'safe' positions in the party.
The Election Commission issues a guideline on the dos and don'ts in posters ahead of the GE14 campaign which begins this weekend.
The party has not lost the seat since 1990, but this time it will likely be a three-cornered contest.
Mukhriz Mahathir, who is suing Tunku Abdul Aziz for defamation, says Lim Kit Siang's deputy prime ministerial candidacy was not a 'hot topic' among the people.
UUM's Kamarul Zaman Yusoff says if Umno president Najib Razak is truly behind efforts to 'democratise Umno' then he should reject motion and allow open contest.
Haniff Khatri Abdulla says Najib’s government will lose credibility as a democratic government if Umno, its anchor party, does not uphold democratic principles and the law.
The proposal received unanimous support from delegates at the general assembly today.
Umno Supreme Council member claims that Lim, who is DAP secretary-general, was included in the coalition’s leadership line-up to attract Chinese votes.
Umno Youth exco member Ibdilillah Ishak says Mukhriz is likely to take his place as party president.
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