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PH stays with PKR logo for Sg Kandis by-election

Selangor Menteri Besar Amirudin Shari says the PKR logo has brought victory during the last three terms.

MCA restu Umno guna Sang Saka Bangsa dalam PRK Sungai Kandis

Ia bukanlah suatu masalah buat MCA memandangkan perkara sama pernah berlaku ketika parti itu berada dalam gabungan Perikatan.

PAS saran Umno jangan bertanding, tumpu pulih imej

Pesuruhjaya PAS Selangor, Sallehen Mukhyi berkata lebih baik Umno tumpu pada usaha memulihkan imej.

PRK Sungai Kandis 4 Ogos depan

Pilihan raya kecil diadakan berikutan kematian Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri kawasan itu, Mat Shuhaimi Shafiei pada 2 Julai lepas.

Now, PAS says no to splitting opposition votes

The party which forced multi-cornered contests in the last polls says it will only fight the Sg Kandis by-election if it's a straight fight against PH.

Notis kekosongan DUN Sungai Kandis diserah kepada SPR

Ia diserahkan oleh pegawai Speaker DUN Selangor Ng Suee Lim hari ini.

Azmin’s pol-sec among three in running to be MB

Senior PKR leader says front runners are Mat Shuhaimi Shafiei (Sungai Kandis assemblyman), Amirudin Shari (Sungai Tua) and Dr Idris Ahmad (Ijok).

Xavier makes way for Malay candidate in Sungai Kandis

The PKR vice-president is being moved out of Seri Andalas, now known as Sungai Kandis, after a drastic change in its racial composition.

Xavier Jayakumar tidak akan pertahan Sungai Kandis

Menurut sumber, naib presiden PKR itu akan bertanding di DUN lain atau Parlimen.

Government: Mat Shuhaimi abused court process in his sedition case

If Putrajaya's application is allowed, the Sri Muda assemblyman has to face trial in the Sessions Court.

Government’s Sedition Act appeal to be heard on July 17

Apex court will also deliberate whether the 1948 law is valid since the Malaysian Parliament that passes legislation only came into existence in 1957.

‘Accused charged with sedition exposed to selective prosecution’

It is indisputable that an accused will be clearly disadvantaged and in effect discriminated against, says Court of Appeal.

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