Malaysiakini Azreen Madzlan | Mar 7, 08 Polls reform group Bersih has criticised Deputy Prime Minister Najib Razak for making use of a government Fokker executive jet during the campaign period.
Bersih slams Najib's jet campaign trips
NST: 7 March 2008 PEKAN: Every vote means a lot to Datuk Seri Najib Razak. The deputy prime minister said although the Chinese and Indians were considered minorities in his Pekan constituency, every one of them mattered.
By Noor Hayati Muda KUALA LUMPUR, March 7 (Bernama) — After 13 days of listening to endless pledges and appeals at ceramah, house-to-house campaigns and media blitz, the more than 10.8 million eligible voters in the country will cast their votes tomorrow to elect a new government.
The Star: March 7, 2008 KOTA BARU: The RM76mil arrears owed by ratepayers will be written off if Barisan Nasional were to form the next state government.
By Lee Min Keong, ZDNet Asia March 06, 2008 http://www.zdnetasia.com/news/internet/0,39044908,62038595,00.htm MALAYSIA–As the nation goes to the polls on Mar. 8, analysts say Malaysia’s ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition is losing the political debate in cyberspace to the scores of anti-government Web sites and blogs campaigning against the BN.
Thu Mar 6, 2008 Reuters – Malaysia’s electoral system will be on trial at the March 8 general election, thanks to a concerted campaign by opposition parties calling for reform.
The Star: March 7, 2008 COMMENT BY SHAMSUL AKMAR THE mixed fortunes of two bloggers – Ooi Chuan Aun (Jeff Ooi) and Badrul Hisham Shaharin (Chegu Bard) – who are contesting in the general election, tell many a tale.
The Star: March 7, 2008 IPOH: Police are liasing with their foreign counterparts as to whether indelible ink is sold in neighbouring countries.
The Star: March 7, 2008 PETALING JAYA: No one is allowed to wear, hold or carry any form of clothing, head covering, ornament, rosette, water bottle or umbrella showing the symbol of any political party within 50m of the polling station.
The Star: March 7, 2008 MALACCA: Barisan Nasional has hit out at the DAP here for alleging discrepancies in the number of postal voters for the Kota Melaka parliamentary seat.