NST 13 February, 2008 SHAH ALAM: A 35-year-old housewife, who has lived all her life in Selangor, is fuming over a discrepancy in the electoral roll which lists her as a voter in Kelantan. Sharmila Thuraisingam, who lodged a complaint with the Selangor Electoral Commission,
Day: February 13, 2008
Malaysiakini Yeow Boon Kiat | Feb 13, 08 7:49pm Opposition Leader and DAP strongman Lim Kit Siang today expressed his doubts if Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi had actually obtained the consent of the King to dissolve the Parliament.
13 February 2008 | 02:55 min Lim Guan Eng challenged Information Minister Zainuddin Maidin to prove his claim that the government news agencies were fair and gave truthful reporting.
Malaysiakini Syed Jaymal Zahiid | Feb 13, 08 4:05pm The long wait is over. Caretaker premier and Barisan Nasional (BN) head Abdullah Ahmad Badawi today faced an army of journalists and ended months of speculation on the date of the 12th general election by announcing
Malaysiakini Feb 13, 08 Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi today announced the dissolution of the Parliament at a specially arranged press conference at his office in Putrajaya.
February 13, 2008 (The Star) MYT 6:15:55 PM PUTRAJAYA: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has announced that Parliament has been dissolved, paving the way for the 12th general election.
February 13, 2008 13:06 PM PUTRAJAYA, Feb 13 (Bernama) — Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi today announced the dissolution of Parliament to pave the way for the 12th general election.
NST: 12 February, 2008 The air is thick with talk of the impending general election. PATRICK SENNYAH talks to Dr Mavis Puthucheary, the senior associate fellow of the Institute of Malaysian and International Studies at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, and Abdul Malik Hussin, chairman of Malaysians
February 13, 2008 BANGI: Parliament will not be dissolved today. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi put an end to such speculation, telling reporters here yesterday: “Esok tak ada (No, it won’t be tomorrow)”.