Tag: Sandakan by-election
He was in Sandakan to gain political mileage for himself, says Tony Paridi Bagang of UiTM.
Eleven of these were committed by Pakatan Harapan and its ally Warisan.
The deputy PM says this disproved PH's critics who said the coalition was losing support.
DAP candidate garners more than 10,000 votes, compared to about 2,500 votes for closest challenger, PBS candidate Linda Tsen.
Sabah police chief Omar Mammah says police have received 12 reports of alleged irregularities in the by-election.
Maximus Ongkili says DAP cannot be trusted to champion Sabah and Sarawak rights.
The former prime minister says his presence in Sandakan is to show to the people that he still cares about them.
It refers to a video since taken down from Instagram showing a campaign team from Warisan heading for Pulau Berhala on police boats operated by police personnel.
SAPP president Yong Teck Lee says Sabahans are disappointed that the federal government has not kept its pledges regarding oil royalties and reduction in fuel prices.
Shafie Apdal says he's not worried about Najib Razak's upcoming visit to Sandakan, saying it could actually help DAP win.
Umno acting president Mohamad Hasan says Sabah Umno will eventually be a separate entity so that people can no longer call Umno a 'peninsula-based' party.
The DAP adviser says Sandakan has lagged far behind Kota Kinabalu.
The communications minister says all political parties including from the opposition should be able to share their plans and vision for Sandakan.
The election reforms group urges the finance minister to explain remarks that he could include a car park project in the next budget.
The finance minister says at least three years is needed to restore the economy and bring it back on track.
Sabah Umno says it is the government's trend to use MACC against the opposition during elections.
The Amanah communications director rubbishes any claims by 'former Amanah members' who claim to have the backing of party president Mohamad Sabu.
The DAP veteran says Wong cannot be called inexperienced as she had worked with her late father to help Sandakan constituents.
Former Sabah Amanah chief Hamzah Abdullah denies trying to confuse voters, saying that they helped him voluntarily.
Vivian Wong responds to comments by opposition leader Jeffrey Kitingan that the Sandakan seat should belong to a local party that can safeguard Sabah's rights.
Politicians should do such work throughout the year, not just during election or by-election periods.
The opposition leader says parties from the peninsula cannot be relied on to safeguard the interests of Sabahans.
Linda Tsen says she is a local and has the experience to serve her constituents well.
Warisan president says Vivian Wong is mature for her age and is very capable, having closely followed her late MP father around.
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