By Syed Jaymal Zahiid (Malaysian Insider) PENANTI, May 25 — Independent candidate Aminah Abdullah claimed today her former party had tried to bribe her by offering the Penang deputy chief minister post, adding she has an audio recording to back her allegations.
Day: May 25, 2009
By Syed Jaymal Zahiid (Malaysian Insider) PENANTI, May 25 — Pakatan Rakyat leaders last night told Penanti voters to send a strong signal against what they described as the despotic rule of Barisan Nasional (BN) by “slapping” them with more votes for the opposition pact.
Humayun Kabir (Malaysiakini) Perak PAS has called for a royal commission of inquiry to investigate the “unlawful takeover” of the Perak government by Barisan Nasional. This was the main resolution that more than 800 delegates passed at their annual party convention yesterday in Teluk Intan.
Athi Veeranggan (Malaysiakini) The absence of Barisan Nasional from the Penanti by-election has forced Pakatan Rakyat to restrategise its campaign formula to galvanise the bored voters and ensure a massive victory for its candidate Mansor Othman. Pakatan election strategists are outlining all ways and means
Athi Veeranggan (Malaysiakini) Penanti’s independent candidate Aminah Abdullah today revealed that two state level PKR members offered her a top post and RM80,000 if she pulled out from contesting in the by-election. Without naming the two, Aminah told reporters that the offers were to make
Another set of arrests – another indicator that Malaysia is more and more becoming a non-democratic nation
By Charles Hector Freedom of assembly & freedom of expression must be respected.. It is stupid and unreasonable for persons to be required to get police permission before they have protest peacefully. Are we turning into a some kind of ‘police state’? What really was