Tag: Rantau by-election
Bersih chairman Thomas Fann says there should be no use of race in elections.
P Ramasamy says Umno's recent victories at the polls have at least stemmed the crossover of former party leaders to PPBM.
The transport minister says talks on reducing the cost of the East Coast Rail Link had been going on since last year.
Analysts agree that Mohamad Hasan's victory tomorrow is a foregone conclusion.
EC chairman Azhar Harun says the commission has taken action against both BN and PH.
The electoral watchdog urges the public to report any party found breaching the campaign deadline.
The PAS president says he told former Singaporean prime minister Lee Kuan Yew the same thing on two occasions as well.
The PKR vice-president says he told the Rantau candidate to do 'whatever it takes to get in'.
This is despite Mohamad Hasan's earlier statement that he had been cleared of wrongdoing by the MACC.
But EC chairman Azhar Harun says the government must clarify that the announcement is not meant to fish for votes.
The former Umno Youth chief says Mohamad Hasan was a corporate figure before becoming a politician.
The transport minister confirms Lim Guan Eng's statement that the railway alignment may be rerouted to benefit the state.
The Amanah vice-president says voters are aware that this is the result of TH's mismanagement under the previous administration.
Independent candidate Malar Rajaram is confident action will be taken against Michael Teo.
It may be too late for Malar Rajaram to tell her friend why she worked at a petrol station after 25 years in Canada, but she can still tell the rest of Malaysia.
The former leader is still free 10 months after his downfall, the ex-MB tells people in Rantau.
Sri Tanjung assemblyman M Ravi says Mohamad Hasan shouldn't claim to have improved the situation in Rantau during his tenure as menteri besar.
Youth leader Shahril Hamdan says life has become more difficult for people in Rantau in the 10-month period of Pakatan Harapan rule.
The PKR president says clean, good leaders will ensure the survival of all races, not just the Malays.
The Pakatan Harapan candidate is looking to beef up health services for the people in Rantau and reduce flooding in the constituency, among others.
Dr Streram Sinnasamy says the people of Rantau need better basic amenities such as housing and healthcare, not two goats for a feast.
RSN Rayer says the Malays in Penang will give Pakatan Harapan 'an A1 rating' for its work in the state.
Grocers and food stall owners in Rantau say things have been getting more expensive and their profit margins have been going down.
Kuan Chee Hong says he will help the two independent candidates face Pakatan Harapan and Barisan Nasional.
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