From the Daily Show, interesting to know that some people think of gerrymandering as a fine art – tongue in cheek of course!
Update, 24 November 2013: The winners for the three vice-presidents’ spots – Incumbent Salahuddin Ayub – 917 votes (753 in 2011), Former information chief Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man – 849 (n/a) and Incumbent Husam Musa – 520 (660). Incumbent Mahfuz Omar – 504 (616) and Abu Bakar Chik – 364 (previously contested for central working committee) failed to make it. Original post 23 November 2013: Mohamad Sabu has retained the Pas deputy presidency with an even larger majority, while Nizar Jamaluddin finishes third in the central working committee polls as the professionals and bridge-builders throttle forward despite the “hand-brake” applied by conservatives.
Pas has retained the Sungai Limau state seat in Kedah with a lower majority of 1084 votes compared with its previous winning majority of 2774 votes at GE13.
Prime Minister Najib Razak has had to defend his human rights record and his credibility as a moderate in a CNN interview with Christiane Amanpour.