Malaysiakini Athi Veeranggan | Feb 20, 08 For several years now, the Army Div 2 Base in Georgetown, Penang, has been deserted apart for the presence of a single security guard.
'Phantoms' rock electoral rolls in Penang
Malaysiakini Fauwaz Abdul Aziz | Feb 19, 08 For the third time in recent weeks, an election goody was today presented to the Chinese community by the Selangor government and Barisan Nasional component party MCA.
Move will benefit ruling coalition as much as opposition: Analysts Friday • February 15, 2008 Nazry Bahrawi and Jessinta Tan [email protected] FOR once, Malaysian opposition parties won’t have much cause for complaint: Their wish for a longer campaigning period has just been granted.
IPOH, Feb 18 (Bernama) — Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak tonight reminded the people not to sacrifice the future of the nation and their children by placing their faith in the opposition, which purportedly has formed an alternative front called the Barisan Alternatif (BA).
BERSIH received this email from Tai whose mother is a voter at Jalan Tanjung Tokong for the last two elections. Upon checking her mother’s voter status on 16 February 2008, Tai discovered that her mother’s voting address has been changed back to Datok Keramat, which was the family’s old address. Tai said that the family […]
BERSIH has received more emails in the past week pertaining to fraudulent registrations: 1. Miss Tai who went to the post office in Tesco Puchong on to try to register as a voter found that she was registered in Kampung Paya, Port Dickson. 2. Mr. Kenny told us about his uncle who went to the […]
February 18, 2008 KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 18 (Bernama) — The Election Commission (EC) has set up a call centre to assist voters check their registration status for the general election on March 8. Its secretary Datuk Kamaruzaman Mohd Noor said voters can call the centre at 03-88856600 or alternatively visit the EC’s official website www.spr.gov.my […]
The Star: February 18, 2008 WHAT do you have to do to get elected? Well, if you’re a party man, you must have your party’s endorsement letter first. If you’re an independent, you must have the dough for the deposits. Only then can you make your way to the nomination centre.
The Star: Monday February 18, 2008CERITALAH WITH KARIM RASLAN This general election will hinge on three important themes that are linked to the growing influence of young and demanding Malaysians.
The Star: Monday February 18, 2008 KOTA BARU: The Higher Education Ministry has formed a monitoring unit to keep tabs on academicians and undergraduates who may breach university regulations by actively participating in the general election.