SIARAN MEDIA (17 Mac 2015) [Mohon maaf kerana notis lewat ini] Para wartawan dijemput membuat liputan satu lagi kes berhubung dengan dakwat kekal yang berlaku pada Pilihan Raya Umum ke-13. Siapa: Mohd Fadhli Khaharruddin, seorang pengundi Kuantan Apa: Didakwa membawa kertas undi keluar daripada pusat mengundi
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KENYATAAN MEDIA (11 MAC 2015) Seperti diketahui umum, BERSIH 2.0 telah melancarkan kempen pengutipan dana untuk Mejar Zaidi Ahmad yang dipecat daripada jawatannya pada 12 Januari 2015 yang lalu. BERSIH 2.0 memulakan kempen sebulan ini pada 15 Januari untuk membantu Mejar Zaidi. Suka kami mengumumkan
SIARAN MEDIA (15 Februari 2015) Kepada para pengarang dan wartawan, Untuk makluman semua, keputusan permohonan bagi semakan kehakiman terhadap kes Mejar Zaidi Ahmad akan diberi pada: Tarikh : 16 Februari 2015 (Isnin).Masa : 12 tengah hariTempat : RKK4, Tingkat 4, Mahkamah Tinggi Kuala Lumpur,
Farrah Naz Karim (NST) PUTRAJAYA: It should have been more than 16 million, but because of apathy, Malaysia has only about 11 million registered voters. Figures show that more than four in 10 Malaysians above 21 have not registered as voters. Election Commission deputy chairman
Media statement by DAP MP for Bukit Bendera and Member of BERSIH Coalition Liew Chin Tong on 23rd December 2009 in George Town, Penang: In a reply to a question by Senator Tunku Abdul Aziz Tunku Ibrahim, Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, Datuk
KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 22 (Bernama) — The indelible ink bought for use in the 12th general election has been disposed of according to procedure set by Government Regulations that is by a burning process. Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, Datuk Liew Vui Keong,
Press Release from Dato’ Salehuddin Hashim, Secretary-General of Parti Keadilan Rakyat on 21 Aug 2008: Electoral fraud has been a serious impediment to democracy in Malaysia for many years. The evidence of electoral fraud has been widely documented and reported in the media in the
The Star: 18 May 2008 By ONG YEE TING PENANG: Someone has to take the responsibility for the indelible ink fiasco before the issue “turns into a fuss,” Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) steering committee member Liew Chin Tong said.
By SHAHANAAZ HABIB (The Star) KUALA LUMPUR: The Cabinet had merely suggested to the Election Commission (EC) to not use the indelible ink for the general election. It was not a directive, said Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.
The Star: May 17, 2008 KUALA LUMPUR: It was the Cabinet that did not approve the use of indelible ink during the March 8 election, Election Commission (EC) chairman Tan Sri Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman disclosed Saturday. He said he was told to take responsibility