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Permatang Pauh: Anwar Ibrahim, Arif Shah and Hanafi Hamad

Tweet The Permatang Pauh by-election campaign kicked off in earnest with four candidates submitting their papers at the nomination centre here on Saturday morning, although one later pulled out. At 11.45am, returning officer Roslan Yahaya announced there were three candidates contesting the seat: PKR adviser and de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, Seberang Jaya […]

Tun Dr Mahathir Post Election Press Conference

Tweet Are you surprised by the results? I think it’s shocking. Although I expected BN to lose but I did not think that they lost five states. I’m sorry that I made the wrong choice in Pak Lah. I never expected a PM to reverse all the policies of the government. So I think the […]

Election Results For 2008

Tweet The 11th Election for Malaysia was held on 8 Mac 2008. There were 222 seats for Parliament and 505 seats for State. Below is the 2008 election results; STATE PARLIAMENT STATE BN OPP OTH BN OPP OTH F.T. Kuala Lumpur 1 10 – – – – F.T. Labuan 1 – – – – – […]

Election Results For 1999

Tweet The 10th Election for Malaysia was held in 1999. There were 193 seats for Parliament and 394 seats for State. Below is the 1999 election results; STATE PARLIAMENT STATE BN BA OPP BN BA OPP F.T. Kuala Lumpur 6 4 – – – – F.T. Labuan 1 – – – – – F.T. Putrajaya […]

Election Commission Scrapped Indelible Ink

Tweet Malaysia’s hopes of staging the most transparent elections in its history was dealt a serious blow when the Election Commission(EC) announced that it had scrapped the plan to use indelible ink in Election 2008. Under the EC plan, the ink would have been applied on a voter’s fingernail only after he voted, and not […]

Election Results For 2004

Tweet The 11th Election for Malaysia was held on 21 Mac 2004. There were 219 seats for Parliament and 505 seats for State. Below is the 2004 election results; STATE PARLIAMENT STATE BN OPP OTH BN OPP OTH F.T. Kuala Lumpur 7 4 – – – – F.T. Labuan 1 – – – – – […]

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