This follows Kota Kinabalu Election Court declaration that the victory of former foreign minister Anifah Aman in the Kimanis parliamentary seat in GE14 is null and void.
Election Court says private university lecturer Noor Effandi Ahmad is not a civil servant to be construed as holding an 'office of profit'.
Elected representatives switching parties after they have been elected under a particular party alignment undermines multi-party democracy.
This is PPBM's second petition against Barisan Nasional to be struck out by the Election Court.
Lokman Noor Adam cites the Pakatan Harapan government's failure to fulfil election promises and the “Dr Mahathir Mohamad factor” as reasons against an Anwar victory.
PKR women’s wing head says any decision as to which parliamentary seat Anwar Ibrahim should contest should be discussed at the top party level.
Penang PKR chairman Mansor Othman rubbishes claims he will make way for the party's president-elect.
A source says an independent MP recently met Anwar Ibrahim and offered to resign to pave the way for the incoming PKR president to contest in a by-election.
The outgoing PKR Wanita chief says Nurul Izzah Anwar and Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail have already said they won’t give up their seats.
The PKR president says which seat has yet to be determined.
It upholds High Court decision that it was unlawful for Sarawak assembly to disqualify him.
The PKR candidate for Rantau says their act or omission denied him right to contest.
DAP's Subang Jaya candidate says she’s worried because many voters are taking it for granted that she will win.
The political newbie knows her struggle will be tough but wants to work with government to solve flood problems in Kuching.
Lawyer Mohamed Haniff Khatri Abdulla says PKR candidate Dr Streram Sinnasamy will file an election petition to challenge his disqualification.
The PKR president says she is sad that Rafizi is not standing, and hopes to defend his seat in the five-cornered fight this election.
Its first candidate was disqualified due to an address problem and she was quickly replaced.
Nizam Abu Bakar Titingan is confident voters in Apas still believe in BN to take the country to greater heights.
Dr Siti Mariah Mahmud says she herself was not a native of Kota Raja but ran for the seat in three consecutive elections, winning the last two times.
The six-term Batang Lupar MP is believed to have done well as a federal minister and is also popular in her constituency.
Posters and banners rejecting Hanifah Taib have been publicly displayed in Mukah and a petition sent to the prime minister.
The state BN chief says he will bow out of politics if he fails to win a seat.
He says the opposition's plans to replace GST with SST (sales and service tax) is just being populist.
Nurul Izzah says a seat has been allocated for her while Maria says she will leave it to PKR to decide which seat she should contest.