Tag: Sarawak Elections
Voon Lee Shan says he was dismissed on the eve of nomination day for the 2011 Sarawak elections.
Adrian Lim lists seven tips for the Opposition to get back into fighting shape.
Nine direct candidates have applied to join dominant Sarawak BN party.
They include building of bridges, roads and schools.
Sarawak PKR Chief Baru Bian says these headmen were beholden to the state for their appointments and the people in turn turned to these chieftains for help.
Politweet analysis also shows that Opposition would have won another two seats if the DAP and PKR had not contested against each other.
Analyst says SUPP already given two top posts in Adenan's cabinet despite winning fewer seats than other parties
Academician James Chin says prodigious use of government machinery and helicopters contributed to BN's win in Sarawak.
Inability to select right battles, attack key figures, and in-fighting main cause of failure in state polls, says James Chin.
Election watchdog laments that repeat offences are going unpunished, as it releases preliminary report on the May 7 Sarawak State Election.
It has become harder for DAP to counter the accusation that it represents Chinese chauvinism.
Senior BN trio touted to be deputy chief ministers, as rumours swirl about Teras trio joining PBB.
Post-election, some voters hope baking soda, dish washing agent will do the trick.
An announcement could come as early as today, says former UPP president Wong Soon Koh.
Two assemblymen hit out at netizens who had insulted Sarawakians for voting for the BN in the recent election.
Senadin assemblyman Lee Kim Shin says Adenan Satem had the cheque for the Chinese school's building fund, ready for pick-up on Monday.
After drawing flak for fiery speech, Hew vows to clean up 'politically-oriented stand-up comedy' act
Padungan assemblyman Wong King Wei says the democratic system has to be respected and that it is time for reflection on why the Opposition lost support.
Ti Lian Ker of MCA takes DAP supremo Lim Kit Siang to task for denying Hew Kuan Yau's speech was racist in nature.
However, a Forbes report says, Prime Minister Najib Razak has to repair his damaged image.
Tian Chua of PKR regrets that some Opposition supporters have stooped so low as to call Sarawakians "stupid" for not voting in the Opposition.
MCA man says netizens who engaged in insults and name-calling after the Sarawak polls do not reflect a mature, democratic society.
It was the Adenan factor, not low voter turnout, that gave BN its impressive victory, says a political analyst.
The opposition and its supporters in West Malaysia are too condescending in their attitude towards Sarawakians.