Saturday, April 10, 2021


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.

PAS rallies support for PN govt in strongest signal yet against Umno

PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang says his party is opposed to any pact that deviates from the original goal of Muafakat Nasional.

Umno says open to working with anyone after GE

But for now, Umno election director Tajuddin Abdul Rahman says no discussions will be held with PKR, DAP or Bersatu.

Umno must be in driver’s seat, Tok Mat lays out ground rules for cooperation

He also says Umno will not compromise on seat distribution with its political allies.

PAS man in last-ditch plea for ‘unity’ as Umno leaders gather

PAS Central Committee member Awang Hashim also warns Umno against working with PKR, saying this would undermine efforts towards Malay unity.

Umno set to meet as party struggles to accept its fate with power

Analysts see an escalation of infighting as top leaders clash over the party's future direction and its partners-to-be.

RM400 million funds pour into local stocks, bucking trend since 2019

This is significant for Malaysia as foreign investors turn into net buyers after a year which saw billions of dollars pulled out.

Will ‘kingmaker’ GPS decide to gobble up the seats it lost to ex-PKR MPs?

How the elections are fought by GPS and PN in Sarawak will be crucial in determining their future ties.

More praise for Najib from PKR leadership

This comes as Anwar Ibrahim and the former prime minister take similar stands on several matters.

Perlis Umno ready to break ranks with centre if party cuts ties with Bersatu

Perlis Umno strongman Shahidan Kassim also questions calls by some Umno leaders for PAS to abandon Bersatu.

DAP open to working with Umno, says Loke

The DAP leader asks if Umno has the courage to hold discussions with its traditional arch-rival.

When should GE15 be held?

The question is, can a general election be held less than five years after the first parliamentary session and if yes, how much earlier?

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