Charles Ramendran (The Sun) KUALA LUMPUR (March 6, 2008): Vandals splashed red paint on the house of Election Commission chairman Tan Sri Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman in Bangsar early today in what is believed to be an act of protest against the scraping of the
Day: March 6, 2008
NST: 6 March 2008 Election Commission chairman Tan Sri Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman today found red paint splashed onto his house, suspected to have been the work of three men who had come there in a car at about 12.30am. He lodged a police report
Malaysian Media Monitors’ Diary 6 March 2008 A quick random survey of election coverage in the pages of The Star (main section) for Thursday, 6 March revealed the following breakdown: * 31 pro-BN articles * 1 pro-BN commentary (V.K. Chin) * 1 pro-BN letter to
Malaysiakini Fauwaz Abdul Aziz | Mar 6, 08 There are 46 Ismail Ibrahims – all born in the year 1962 but registered as having different identity cards (IC) and living in 46 different localities – who have been registered to vote in various places throughout
The Star: March 6, 2008 By PATSY KAM Half the Malaysian electorate is made up of women, therefore gender issues should be a main focus of the next batch of elected representatives.
The Star: March 6, 2008 PETALING JAYA: The Selangor state government has pledged RM100,000 for the refurbishment of the seven-decade-old SJK (C) Chen Moh.
The Star: March 6, 2008 KUALA LUMPUR: Postal voting for members of the armed forces began yesterday to enable the forces’ 111,591 registered voters to exercise their rights.
The Star March 6, 2008 PUTRAJAYA: Those who have indelible ink on their fingers will not face any problem voting on Saturday, Election Commission secretary Datuk Kamaruzaman Mohd Noor said.
The Election Commission has set up these SMS hotlines for voters to check their status. Just type “SPR” and space, followed by your IC number, eg. SPR 710720105017 39111, 33626, 32232, 39988, 29777, 36677, 33030
Malaysiakini Mar 6, 08 Millions of Malaysians are expected to not bother voting in Saturday’s elections, in a wave of apathy that observers credit to a feeling of alienation from the ruling coalition.