Tag: party election
Rashid Din says the election committee does not take sides and that announcements are based on computer-generated results.
Former vice-president Yap Pian Hon says the new party leaders must take a good look at the reasons for MCA's decline.
Former Rawang state assemblyperson Gan Pei Nei has asked police to investigate matter.
PKR secretary-general Saifuddin Nasution says there is no need to revert to paper ballots as the problem only occurred in two states.
The PKR vice-president calls for an inquiry to investigate all possible flaws, loopholes and weaknesses in the party polls.
The incumbent deputy president leads with 4,503 votes against Rafizi Ramli (3,976 votes) amid low voter turnout in the state.
The MCA's No 2 responds to a call by former party president for ex-ministers and deputy ministers to stay out of party polls.
Rashid Din rejects a claim that the system makes cheating easy.
The PKR Wanita chief calls for a return to the manual system if the party is still struggling with e-voting after a month.
The suspensed divisions are Merbok, Sungai Petani, Jerai, Kulim-Bandar Bharu, Padang Serai, Langkawi, Sik and Baling.
The focus is on the contest for the deputy presidency between Mohamed Azmin Ali and Rafizi Ramli.
The PKR vice-president says not everyone is involved in the discussions, only those who are close to Anwar Ibrahim in terms of party operations.
Otherwise, it will be difficult for candidates as the election involves 800,000 members across the country, she says.
Rashid Din says new guidelines are to encourage candidates to be respectful and ethical, and to maintain the party’s image.
The pre-election scuffles within PKR are threatening to tear apart the party as well as the hopes of all who see it as the way forward for the new Malaysia.
CF Fong says the QR code method may not be secure as hackers could generate codes for their own purposes.
Sabah PKR chief Christina Liew believes perceived two camps will disappear once party elections are over.
Many long-time PKR members resent the deputy president's close relationship with Dr Mahathir Mohamad, says an insider.
Johari Abdul says party members have been fighting each other for the past 20 years but nothing has happened.
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.
Awang Azman Awang Pawi says the new leadership line-up reflects the tradition of 'forgive and forget'.
Sofia Ahmad, who joined Umno four years ago and is contesting a post in Puteri Umno, says the party is still relevant and that it can rise from defeat.
The ex-MB, vying for the Umno deputy presidency, denies any pact between the two Rembau boys.
Umno headquarters secretary-general Nor Azuwan Aziz says the full list of candidates will be announced on Wednesday.
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