No racial trouble broke out as a result of local council elections in Penang in the 1950s and 1960s (at least, not that I am aware of) until they were suspended in 1965. So why can't they...
With most people absorbed by the ongoing implosion of the United Malays National Organisation (Umno), a major shift happened a couple of months ago which may have gone largely unnoticed. For the first time in 63 years, going back...
Anwar Ibrahim is back in Parliament bagging 71% of votes cast in the Port Dickson, despite a lower turnout. He improved on PH's performance in the 9 May 2018 general election, when the PKR candidate, Danyal Balagopal, collected 59%...
Developments over the past 100 days of Pakatan Harapan rule have given us some hope that we are on the march towards not just a more developed Malaysia, but one that upholds freedom, justice and solidarity. In this regard,...
The vote share in the two by-elections in Seri Setia and Balakong revealed mixed results, so neither side can be too pleased. Seri Setia 8 September by-election PH - 58.6% Pas – 41.4% Total – 100.0% (valid votes cast) Voter turnout - 44% 9 May...