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DAP says city hall’s action is inconsiderate while MCA says the local authority cannot arbitrarily reject the application. PETALING JAYA: DAP, PKR and MCA have condemned the decision by Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) to disallow The Better Beer Festival 2017, scheduled for Oct 6-7.

PKR assemblymen in Selangor have denied claims that eight of them were going to join former menteri besar Muhammad Muhammad Taib in jumping ship to Umno to topple the state government.

IT was meant to be more than just Muhammad Muhammad Taib re-joining Umno yesterday. He was supposed to bring along eight state government lawmakers and cause the collapse of the Azmin Ali administration.

PKR’s Tian Chua questions the hoo-hah over the announcement particularly since the former Selangor menteri besar was in semi-retirement. PETALING JAYA: Pakatan Harapan leaders today ridiculed the hype over Prime Minister Najib Razak’s “important announcement” after it was revealed that it revolved around former Selangor menteri besar Muhammad Muhammad Taib’s decision to rejoin Umno.

Three-cornered fights may actually be bad for BN, PAS

MP SPEAKS | Contrary to popular belief, three-cornered fights between BN, Pakatan Harapan and PAS in the coming general election may affect BN more negatively than anyone else. PAS may even suffer a worse fate.

Leave PH out of internal squabbles, Amanah tells PKR

Mujahid Yusof Rawa of Amanah says any Pakatan Harapan weakness in dealing with PAS would be far more worrying than the threat of three-cornered fights in GE14. PETALING JAYA: Amanah has told Pakatan Harapan (PH) to stay firm in rejecting electoral cooperation with PAS while urging PKR not to drag the opposition coalition into its […]

‘PAS not interested in PKR’s begging for cooperation’

PAS has no interest in working with PKR despite the latter “begging” for cooperation, said the Islamist party’s ulama treasurer Khairuddin Aman Razali.

Umno and PAS votes will split too, reminds analyst

Ahmad Atory Hussain says too much attention has been fixed on what multi-cornered battles would do to PH, forgetting the obvious. PETALING JAYA: PAS’ refusal to work with Pakatan Harapan (PH) will not significantly affect the opposition coalition’s chances at the polls, said a political analyst.

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