REUTERS: Feb 26, 2008 The Internet is changing the face of Malaysian politics, becoming a virtual political party of its own as the country gears up for elections next month. Three high-profile bloggers, all opponents of the ruling coalition which has effectively governed for five
Day: February 26, 2008
ALOR STAR, Feb 26 (ES) – The Islamic Party of Malaysia (PAS) Kedah Commissioner Azizan Abdul Razak has today announced the possibility of taking legal action against the Election Commission (EC) and its duty stamp requirement on election candidates’ statutory declarations.
NST By Koh Lay Chin 26 February, 2008 LONDON: Overseas students have until tomorrow to register as postal voters. Election Commission (EC) secretary Datuk Kamaruzaman Mohd Noor said those entitled to vote by post still had time to register, provided they were already on the
Malaysiakini’s VOX POPULI: Of course EC would say ‘take it to court’ Feb 26, 08 To brazenly say they (PAS) can take the EC to court only shows how corrupt the entire system is. The EC chief is confident how the courts will judge.
NST: 26 February, 2008 PUTRAJAYA: Queensbury rules do not apply in politics. But still, the Yang Berhormats often try to keep true to the honorific before their name, except maybe when they are in parliament or at the hustings.
Malaysiakini Chan Kok Leong | Feb 25, 08 The Election Commission was at odds with itself once again – what its chairperson Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman said yesterday contradicted the instructions given by secretary Kamaruzaman Mohd Noor.