Saturday, April 10, 2021


Anwar back as PH’s candidate for prime minister

Pakatan Harapan also reiterates that it is open to discussions and cooperation with any party based on the principles and agenda of reform.

No seat discussions with crisis-riddled Umno, says Hadi

The PAS president says Umno is facing internal problems and has moved away from its political understanding with Bersatu.

Up to Supreme Council to decide on Umno polls, says Ismail Sabri

Umno is supposed to hold its elections this year but a decision has yet to be made amid conflicting stands by its leaders.

Bersatu treads carefully as it eyes ‘one or two seats’ in Sarawak without hurting GPS

But questions have been raised about the extent to which Perikatan Nasional's offer to campaign for GPS will help the coalition in the state.

Shocked by leaked audio, Nazri urges Zahid to stop dragging Umno into his problems

The former minister also says those facing charges should not be made PM material for BN.

Putrajaya in good books of Petra Jaya, now for PM to do more, say analysts

The 'Allah' issue and the question of whether Perikatan Nasional component parties will contest the Sarawak election remain unresolved.

Umno heading for biggest split since 1MDB scandal

Senior leaders are calling for party polls to be held without delay, adding to the pressure on Umno president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

PN pledges to mobilise machinery to help GPS in upcoming state polls

It also hails the close relationship between the two coalitions, stating its commitment to further political cooperation ahead.

MIC sees lifeline in PN as it seeks to leave BN’s master-slave narrative

MIC leaders have been criticising Umno leaders despite the Malay party traditionally playing a 'big brother' role in the Barisan Nasional coalition.

MIC questions Umno break-up with Bersatu, vows support for PM in GE15

MIC president S Vigneswaran urges BN to reach an agreement with PN to avoid clashes, especially in seat allocations.

With Zahid on top, EC rule on campaign posters could backfire on BN

Will splashing the BN chairman's face on posters bring in the votes?

Syed Saddiq, a one-hit wonder?

Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman would have been well placed to fight for the now-delayed Undi 18, but he has said very little on the matter.

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