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Live – Mahathir speaks to the nation

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Dr Mahathir Mohamad is due to address the nation ‘live’ at 10pm. Meanwhile, share your thoughts with us in the comments below.

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Clever Voter
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The fiercest election campaign ever witnessed clearly reflects a maturing society. BN sadly hasn’t grown up. They offered no future but continued with their habit of gifts. Reflecting feudal culture it is undignified and shameless to continue assuming society meaning people want pittance in exchange for their right to rule. That’s a pity. Opposition while may not be perfect, offers a chance to regain our pride and order. It is about repairing the economic, social and political fabrics. Offering a chance to rebuild a diverse society. In short the choice is clear. It is hope the people will know what… Read more »
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After voting, Mahathir turns around and shows the indelible ink stain on his finger.

Asked to say a few words to inspire his supporters, Mahathir says, “You are voting for the future. These are good people, who will ensure a good government.”

“A good government is not like what Najib’s government is like,” he says, while in the car.

“It is the Pakatan Harapan government. I feel very good. I am very confident, unless Najib cheats.”

Norman
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The performers of Langkawi Hebat concert should be ashamed of themselves.

Velu
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Velu

I only respect Sheila Majid.
The rest live on BN dedak.
Ramli Sarip is a Singaporean given Malaysian citizenship?

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Sending my vote home, thanks to the kindness of strangers https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/423826 As I marked the ballot paper on the train en route to London’s Heathrow Airport, I realised my hands were shaking. My ballot paper arrived at 11.45am on the eve of the election and thanks to the generosity of strangers, it will arrive at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) at 2.25pm on polling day. My husband Razman Mazlan will try to rush it to my returning officer by 5pm. It is so tight and I don’t know if he will make it, but I tried. God knows we… Read more »