Neil Khor (Malaysiakini) While the Election Commission (EC) takes its time to discover whether there is really a vacancy for the Penanti state seat, both Pakatan Rakyat and Barisan Nasional (BN) are preparing for another face-off. Contesting the by-election will be an uphill battle for
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Malaysian Insider KUALA LUMPUR, April 20 – Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is prepared to lead Barisan Nasional’s (BN) machinery for the Penanti by-election as his supporters continue to pile pressure on Umno president Datuk Seri Najib Razak to abandon his idea of skipping the expected
Malaysian Insider KUALA LUMPUR, April 20 – Najib Razak, Malaysia’s new prime minister, has suffered an early setback with losses in two out of three by-elections on April 7.
Dr Syed Husin Ali's call for Penang Chief Minister and DAP Secretary-General to stop raising the issue of the failure by the top PKR leadership to inform him of the resignation of Mohamad Fairus as ADUN for Penanti state seat on 16 April 2009 is ill-advised and uncalled for
Dr Syed Husin Ali’s call for Penang Chief Minister and DAP Secretary-General to stop raising the issue of the failure by the top PKR leadership to inform him of the resignation of Mohamad Fairus as ADUN for Penanti state seat on 16 April 2009 is
Malaysiakini Barisan Nasional should contest the Penanti state seat in Penang, former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad said at a function organised by the Raub Umno Youth today.
Malaysiakini Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim may get his wish for a walkover in the Penanti by-election after Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak today said the Barisan Nasional was mulling the possibility of not contesting the state seat.
Malaysian Insider PUTRAJAYA, April 17 – In what could be a situation similar to Perak when it declared three state seats were not vacant, the Election Commission will meet on April 22 to determine the status of the Penanti seat vacated yesterday by embattled Mohammad
Rahmah Ghazali Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak today lashed out at PKR for playing political games at the time when the nation should be united in focusing on solving the global economic crisis.