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Analysing Pakatan Rakyat’s Performance with Malay Voters in Peninsular Malaysia (GE13)

1. Background

Prior to the 13th General Election (GE13) we came up with a methodology of predicting election results based on voting patterns in previous elections ( 4,245 more words


Indelible ink: Zaidi sacked, EC gets off scot-free

Bersih: Zaidi sacked, EC gets off scot-free

While serviceman Major Zaidi Ahmad was sacked today after telling the press the indelible ink used by the Election Commission rubbed off, no action was taken on the EC over the ink, electoral watchdog group Bersih said. 192 more words


Desperate times for democracy in Malaysia

As Anwar Ibrahim’s fate hangs in the balance, Malaysia’s democratic chances are slipping further away, writes James Giggacher.

Malaysia’s long-time opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim’s fate still hangs in the balance; his political future as tenuous as the sodomy charges brought against him. 493 more words


Malays can rule on their own without sharing power with Chinese

Below is the population chart of Malaysia based on our 2010 national census.

The three biggest states in the peninsula, going by the number of people, are Selangor, Johor and Perak. 914 more words


One year after GE13: Lost in sea of politicking

COMMENT Today marks the one year anniversary of the historic 13th general election. This election was pivotal in the country’s history as the incumbent BN coalition held onto power, with the opposition calls for ‘change’ unfulfilled. 452 more words


“Lend a hand, comrade.”

A PKR (People’s Justice Party) supporter is determined to hear the party’s de facto leader speak at the 25,000-seat MBPJ stadium.