Patriot calls on parties to abandon race-based politics and to be in sync with the multiracial nature of the country before Malaysia is destroyed.
The DAP deputy chairman rubbishes talk of a plot to move a vote of no confidence against Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
He says Gabungan Parti Sarawak will truly be a Sarawak-based party, helmed only by Sarawakians.
Dr Boo Cheng Hau says race-based parties should not figure in the New Malaysia and wants the Pakatan Harapan presidential council to seek an explanation from Mahathir over his defence of PPBM as a race-based party.
Former Jelutong MP Jeff Ooi says Malaysia needs opposition parties to ensure check and balance against the government of the day and the MCA should reorganise itself to become more powerful.
The Sweden Democrats, who want the country to leave the European Union and put a freeze on immigration, have about 17% of voters.
Sabah Umno liaison chief Hajiji Noor reminds Upko acting president Madius Tangau of the influence of ‘Malayan’ parties in the form of PKR and DAP in the state government.
Ex-MCA man Lee Hwa Beng says the change must take place before Mahathir steps down but says PH chairman is beholden to two warlords, DAP and PKR.
They have only been in the opposition for a month and yet they have displayed disenchantment and disillusionment for all to see.
The only local-based Chinese component party in Sabah BN announced its withdrawal from the coalition, a day after component Upko said it is leaving the coalition.
If a political party is not performing in the people’s interests, voters should give the mandate to its competitor and if that competitor is bad, voters can give it to another or the earlier competitor.
Locals, who expect the battle for Sibu to be between BN and DAP, say the smaller parties do not stand a chance but add meaning to the democratic process.
From Barisan Nasional to Pakatan Harapan, PAS and Warisan flags, MDT Garment receives thousands of orders a day.
Various Thai political parties voiced their discontentment about the political situation in Thailand.
Many Thai political parties registered on the opening day of party registration, step towards return on democracy.
Coming polls likely to be acid test for smaller opposition parties facing the might of Sabah BN.
Party deputy chief says the video containing Warisan chief's speech was edited.
However, street poll shows some believe peninsula-based opposition parties may be the better choice in the long run.
Pakatan Harapan believes Ahmad Said, Anwar Ibrahim and Dr Mahathir Mohamad may prove to be winning combination in Terengganu GE14 campaign.
PBB veep Douglas Uggah says each party has been invited to send 10 representatives.
The DAP Wanita leader reiterated the DAP secretary-general's statement that the party will not make any unilateral decisions in holding a state election in Penang.
MPs from six major political parties in India on three-day visit to Malaysia.