- Is Najib becoming another Pak Lah – a Prime Minister whose writ does not run in UMNO?
- S’wak polls: Reality check for Pakatan
- Postal votes which are never posted
- Did you hear about the Bidayuh who voted for DAP?
- Challenges for BN, Pakatan after the S’wak polls
Posted: 22 Apr 2011 11:12 PM PDT
The question many are asking is whether the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak is becoming another Pak Lah, the fifth Prime Minister whose writ did not run in Umno although he was also Umno President ending in his ignominious exit as Umno chief and prime minister. This question has become more pronounced after Najib's [...]
Posted: 22 Apr 2011 09:13 PM PDT
By Bridget Welsh Apr 23, 11 The simple fact in the wake of Saturday’s polls is that Pakatan Rakyat has failed to dent the two-thirds majority in Sarawak and deliver the needed electoral gains to push Abdul Taib Mahmud from office. Much has been made of the unfairness of the polls, the use of money [...]
Posted: 22 Apr 2011 03:29 AM PDT
By Ivy Kwek APRIL 22 — Having acted as a coordinator for polling and counting agents for the Opposition campaign in the recently concluded Sarawak state election has made me more confused about the rationale of the electoral system in Malaysia, in particular with regard to postal voting. Under Malaysian election laws, postal voting is [...]
Posted: 22 Apr 2011 02:16 AM PDT
By June Rubis April 22, 2011 We were like a bad bar joke: two Bidayuhs, a Lun Bawang, an Iban, and two Malays walk into a DAP ceramah in Kuching. The crowd is mostly Chinese, and the speeches so far are all in Mandarin. "I don't understand what they are saying," I complain to my [...]
Posted: 21 Apr 2011 11:44 PM PDT
By Ong Kian Ming Apr 22, 11 In Part 1 of my analysis on the Sarawak elections, I explained the opposition’s failure to deny the BN a two-thirds majority in terms of the insufficient and unevenly distributed non-Muslim bumiputera (NMB) vote swing against the BN. The complexity of the changes in the level of BN [...]
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