Malaysian Media Monitors’ Diary 28 February 2008 The Umno president’s meeting with the association of taxi drivers has now put us on notice that, the next time we get into a cab, we’ll be getting a dose of Barisan Nasional propaganda from the drivers. Speaking
Day: February 28, 2008
NST: 28 Feb 2008 The countdown to polling had begun. Today, the Sarawak Election Commission despatched ballot papers for the 16,142 postal voters, mostly policemen, servicemen in the armed forces and their spouses, in the remaining 26 constituencies. There are 16,354 postal voters in Sarawak
Malaysian Media Monitors’ Diary http://www.aliran.com/elections/2008/02/early-stats-show-up-to-77-pro-bn.html 28 Feb 2008 Mainstream newspapers gave up to 77 per cent coverage for the Barisan Nasional in terms of stories on the 12th general elections in the week leading to the nominations on 24 February. On average, the six newspapers
London: 27 February 2008 http://www.equalrightstrust.org/Newsstory27February2008/index.htm On 26 February 2008, The Equal Rights Trust again urged Abdullah bin Ahmad Badawi, the Prime Minister of Malaysia, to ensure that the police does not abuse its powers to discriminate against certain civil society groups and opposition party activists.
The show will be under the 101 East programme, Aljazeera channel 513 Astro and will be aired first on Thursday and repeated as follows:
These MyKad holders were born in the 1880s. These names are on the electoral roll.