Tag: General Elections
Collaboration between the two parties now includes negotiations for the polls, says Hadi Awang
The electoral watchdog plans to send a letter to Dr Mahathir Mohamad urging for the setting up of a tribunal to investigate the alleged misconduct of the Election Commission in GE14.
The announcement comes as the current government enters its final week in office. It is expected to hand over power to a caretaker administration in the coming days.
The Youth leaders from Bukit Mertajam want probe into voice recording that police voters were allegedly shifted to Permatang Pauh.
They rebut Umno division chief Zaidi Mohd Said’s remarks that wresting the seat from PKR is no longer impossible.
The electoral watchdog claims the Election Commission gazetted civil servants in nine departments as postal voters unilaterally and quietly.
He reminds folks of Hutan Melintang not to repeat the mistake of the previous election.
Deputy prime minister says Barisan Nasional has shown it is ‘colour-blind’ in helping the people.
Mat Nadzari Ahmad Dahlan says the budget merely repeats old achievements and what is already being implemented, with no new initiatives.
The former deputy chief minister says the peninsula-based opposition coalition should let the local parties “mind our own business” as they share the goal of toppling the Barisan Nasional government.
The deputy prime minister says the coming general election will provide the last chance for BN to win back Selangor after failing to do so in the last two general elections.
He seeks a postponement of the defamation case fixed for hearing today stating he is to be hospitalised this week.
DAP MP says if Penang has really ignored the Muslim community in the state, there won't be Muslim councillors in the state government.
Pakatan Harapan looks to give PAS 'the lead' in parliamentary seats in Kelantan and Terengganu, says Amanah communications director Khalid Samad.
Amanah only wants recognition as a partner in Pakatan Harapan and not have to face red tape when dealing with PAS members.
PAS president's statement that the party will open its door to all those who wish to defeat BN has gotten the DAP confused.
Minister says Najib Razak is at present busy with 2017 Budget.
She says the challenge is being ready despite the uneven playing field.
Adrian Lim lists seven tips for the Opposition to get back into fighting shape.
Perubahan trend mengundi tidak memihak kepada BN disebabkan media sosial dan proses urbanisasi.
Salleh Keruak says Najib has to speak up and be decisive if Umno is to win back Selangor from the opposition.
PM reminds Gerakan delegates not to fall for the many lies Pakatan Rakyat tells.
Gerakan president says he is willing to resign if party cannot recoup losses in next GE.
The Hindraf leader and ex-deputy minister in the PM's Department concedes he is unable to fulfill any of the pledges he made prior to the 2013 General Election.
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