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PH needs a women’s tsunami, says political analyst

University lecturer Maszlee Malik says in GE13, 52% of voters were women and 70% of them voted for BN.

‘Malays want Malay party, so DAP can’t contest under PPBM’

Pakatan Harapan chairman Dr Mahathir Mohamad says PPBM has to remain a Malay party in order to gain the support of Malay voters who are ‘still very communal’.

PKR gives ‘money back’ guarantee if Harapan wins Putrajaya

If Pakatan Harapan takes over Putrajaya, it will work to recover funds that have been lost abroad through graft, said PKR secretary-general Saifuddin Nasution Ismail.

Kok to MACC: Don’t worry about embarrassing any political party

Teresa Kok calls on Cabinet to state its disagreement with the MACC stand that it will only act against politicians after GE14. KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) should not be concerned that arresting any politician will cause political backlash and embarrass his party, said Teresa Kok.

No need to wait until after GE to net politicians, MACC told

A DAP leader has dismissed the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s (MACC) justification for not sinking its fangs into corrupt politicians before the general election. To be credible and effective, Teresa Kok said, the commission must perform its duties without regard for such political considerations.

Ex-EC chief tells latest EC chief not to be BN’s lackey

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.

Joint Press Conference of PH leaders with former Chairperson of Election Commission Tan Sri Rashid

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

It’s all about the voters’ needs

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.

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