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RMAF pilot’s court martial charges over indelible ink likely to be challenged in High Court

A legal team assembled to represent a Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) pilot in a military court charged with providing statements to the media regarding the indelible ink is mulling challenging the charges in a civil court. 257 more words

Elections

Election 2013 broke every rule in the book

Election 2013 broke every rule in the book, Bersih panel finds

SUBANG JAYA, MARCH 25 — Every single principle governing the running of a free and fair election was breached during last year’s May 5 federal polls, Bersih’s People’s Tribunal concluded in its findings released today. 579 more words

Politics

Kajang #GE13 Analysis

During the 13th General Election (GE13) we came up with a methodology for estimating individual voter support based on polling lane results from the 12th General Election (GE12). 2,487 more words

Malaysia

Why go after RMAF pilot and let big sharks get away

Why go after RMAF pilot and let big sharks get away, asks DAP

DAP leader Lim Kit Siang (pic) today questioned Putrajaya’s move to charge air force pilot Major Zaidi Ahmad for complaining about GE13′s indelible ink when it let “big sharks of corruption, who steal hundreds of millions of ringgit worth of properties and wealth, act with impunity as they enjoyed immunity”. 317 more words

Politics

A case of broken promises – again – to minorities, say analysts

Caution to Malaysia’s minority groups: beware of a government bearing promises and agreements before an election.

Several analysts interviewed by The Malaysian Insider said that this was one of the lessons to take away from P. 397 more words

Politics

How low can MCA go?

I am sure many Malaysians, especially the Chinese, will have shared my acute discomfort and embarrassment after hearing the news that the MCA central delegates has approved a resolution for the party to accept government posts at all levels. 417 more words

Politics

Pakatan abandons appealing polls disputes, will push for reforms, say lawmakers

Pakatan abandons appealing polls disputes, will push for reforms, say lawmakers

Published On: Fri, Feb 28th, 2014

Having failed to win any of its 13th general election petitions filed in the courts, Pakatan Rakyat will have a better bet at winning more parliamentary and state seats in future elections by pushing the Election Commission (EC) to implement electoral reforms and draw up election boundaries on an equitable basis, lawyers for the three opposition parties said. 711 more words