BN, PN candidates announced for Pelangai by-election
Bentong PAS deputy president Kasim Samat will represent PN while Bentong Umno committee member Amizar Abu Adam will represent BN.
Pelangai a different ball game, analyst says after PH win in Johor by-elections
A key factor is the demographic of voters, almost 70% of whom are Malay.
Zahid wants better grassroots cooperation between BN, PH
The Barisan Nasional chairman says his coalition will continue to defend the government.
BN, PN to announce Pelangai candidates a week before nomination
Polling for the by-election will be held on Oct 7, with early voting on Oct 3.
High Court dismisses trio's bid to challenge Umno's no-contest decision
It says the court cannot inquire into matters involving political parties, as stated in Section 18C of the Societies Act 1986.
BN working to ensure members vote for PH at Johor by-elections, says Zahid
The BN chairman says measures include explaining the need to support PH and teaching older members to select the candidates using the PH symbol.
Can PN wave break through southern wall?
Attention will be on whether the coalition can find success in a state long dominated by Barisan Nasional and Umno, as by-elections loom in Johor.
Just my opinion, Azalina says on suggestion for Umno to contest on its own
The Umno information chief had also asked if the party would still be contesting under the BN symbol in the future or under the BN symbol with a new coalition.
Zahid denies talk of 7 BN MPs vacating seats
The BN chairman says MPs from the coalition are tied as they have signed a cooperation pact.
BN's ties with PH cost it the army vote, says analyst
Mazlan Ali says it does not necessarily follow that the army would support a defence minister from Barisan Nasional.
Apex court allows MIC man's appeal for full trial of Segamat election petition
It says the trial must determine whether there were elements of bribery and violations of election laws in campaign materials.
Govt needs real reforms post-polls, not smoke and mirrors
Real democrats and reformists are needed if the Anwar administration wants to win a second term.