Official result - BN 23796, Pas 14901 (Majority: 8895) 2011:  Unofficial result - BN 22679 votes, Pas 14445 votes (Majority: 8234). Pas votes have held steady - only a dip of 25 votes - despite the reduced turnout. But perhaps more...
A group of prominent Penang-based NGOs is formally inviting the BN and Pakatan candidates contesting in the Permatang Pauh parliamentary by-election to a public debate on key national issues affecting the people. The debate scheduled for the night of...
The candidate for PKR is about to be announced at 11.30pm. Will it be Wan Azizah, as widely expected, who would probably put the spotlight on Anwar's plight? But some - even within PKR - feel it would be...
There's still a bit of uncertainty over PKR's choice of candidate for the Permatang Pauh parliamentary by-election. Party strategists are understood to be looking for the most 'winnable' candidate. What do you think? https://secure.polldaddy.com/p/8809459.js Who would be the most winnable candidate for...
Bersih 2.0 and Engage have come up with a new video to raise awareness about the issue of gerrymandering and malapportionment of constituencies in view of an ongoing redelineation exercise by the Election Commission. A hundred voters from each...
Update: Major Zaidi has been dismissed from the air force. Major Zaidi obviously believed that the truth would set us free when he highlighted what many Malaysians were realising during GE13 - that the indelible ink was not really...
Gurdial Singh, Ambiga and Maria Chin Abdullah are the speakers at this forum in KL tonight organised by Bersih 2.0. It runs from 8.00pm to 10.30pm.
Unofficial result: BN won the Pengkalan Kubor state by-election seat  with a majority of 2635, up from the 1736 votes it won in GE13. Voter turnout was 73 per cent.  Thus the Pas candidate performed worse than the PKR candidate...
Pas seems to be divided over whether to back Selangor MB Khalid Ibrahim or to side with its Pakatan partners in calling for his removal. On the one hand, the party is believed to be unhappy with PKR’s Kajang...
Political scientist Johan Saravanamuttu sent in the following after the Teluk Intan by-election. I think Dyana did fine but was stumped by the lack of returning voters (related to voter turnout) which was a major factor - these will...

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