Tag: Semenyih by-election
Sabariah Mohd Shariff is appealing against a High Court ruling dismissing her attempt to stop the March 2 by-election.
Pakatan Harapan ministers have only themselves to blame for the coalition's defeat in Semenyih.
While Umno and PAS have been emboldened by their race and religion formula following wins in two recent by-elections, PH leaders are sending out mixed signals.
The youth and sports minister says the portal will match youth with jobs based on their skills.
Charles Santiago says Pakatan Harapan must work towards earning the trust of the Malays without compromising the rest of the people.
The Sabah chief minister says his administration will take lessons from Pakatan Harapan's by-election loss last weekend.
Kamarul Zaman Yusoff says PH must also be seen as making good on the promises in its election manifesto.
PH will not have the staying power if they do not pay attention to economic and education reforms that would otherwise benefit the grassroots.
Mukhriz Mahathir says the PH coalition would work hard to regain voters' confidence.
The former leader says it's time voters demand that the government fulfil its various pledges despite losing the Semenyih by-election.
It is the second by-election victory for the former ruling coalition.
The former ruling coalition could likely clinch its second by-election victory since losing power last year.
The former prime minister pens a letter to voters on why they should choose the opposition when they go to the polls tomorrow.
The ballot boxes will be kept at the police station and taken to the counting centre specified by the EC on March 2.
Judge SM Komathy rules that the Election Commission can continue to discharge its functions legally.
The PPBM president responds to reports that Aleh Abdullah did not write a speech in support of PH.
The PKR leader also dismisses Najib Razak's attempts at a makeover using the 'Bossku' tagline.
The former Umno Youth chief says the parties are planning to hold a mega ceramah where BN and PAS leaders will share the stage.
Some of them speak to FMT of their appreciation for BN despite the scandals dogging the former ruling coalition.
An election is not limited to casting a vote as it produces outcomes that affect people’s lives.
UM's Awang Azman Awang Pawi says candidates' time would be better spent campaigning from house to house.
S Arulchelvan says there is strong discontent among Chinese voters, especially those who are upset with PPBM's recent decisions.
Shahril Hamdan says the people are fed up with Pakatan Harapan's lack of economic vision.
PPBM secretary-general Marzuki Yahya questions what PAS meant by ‘lending support’ to Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
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