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Former Election Commission (EC) chief Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman has warned current EC chief Mohd Hashim Abdullah not to allow the commission to become a BN lackey.

We demand current Elections Commission to meet us. KENYATAAN MEDIA PAKATAN HARAPAN TERHADAP MANIPULASI SPR

A campaigner explains why Ahok did well in 2012 but failed in the recent gubernatorial election.  HERE’S an Indonesian political quiz. When you answer, think of Ahok, the nickname of Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, a double minority (Chinese and Christian) politician who lost in the Jakarta gubernatorial election.

Pilihan raya umum ke-14 adalah yang terpenting dalam sejarah negara. Tumpuan ialah kepada menjatuhkan rejim Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak. Seluruh rakyat sedar bahawa rejim pimpinannya telah merosakkan negara. Kerosakan ini berlaku dalam semua bidang.

Hindraf chairman P. Waythamoorthy said his Indian rights non-governmental organisation would become a political party to help Pakatan Harapan win over Indian voters. The Indian rights non-governmental organisation, which announced earlier today that it would convert into a political party, also said it could help Pakatan Harapan in 31 federal and 59 state seats with […]

Ong: Umno trying to stop thousands of Chinese from voting

PETALING JAYA: Ong Kian Ming has accused Umno of having a racial agenda in filing objections to registration of new voters. Pointing to data obtained from the Election Commission (EC) on the objections made last year, the Serdang MP said Umno are making spurious objections to young people being registered as voters, especially in Selangor. […]

As GE14 looms, fragile M’sian politics in for a ‘shake up’ – Kok

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 8: DAP vice-chairman Teresa Kok said that there are many factors that would affect the outcome of the next General Election (GE14) and everything Malaysian’s see now may change by GE14. “Our Malaysian politics is so fragile it feels like god is shaking up our country. “All you see now, by the […]

Fallacies and facts on the two by-elections

Kim Quek Published Today 9:29 am COMMENT Bombastic assertions abound since the conclusion of the by-elections in Sungai Besar, Selangor and Kuala Kangsar, Perak. Chief among these are Malaysians’ resounding endorsement of PM Najib Abdul Razak’s otherwise precarious leadership and the allegedly corrupt rule of the Barisan Nasional government, as well as a huge shift […]

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