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Malaysia's Opposition Leader Critical of Government Corruption -- Says elections next month will be the dirtiest in the country's history -- Prime Minister says upholding the status of Islam as the federal religion

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak — Bernama pic

AFP

KUALA LUMPUR (AFP) – Malaysian ex-leader Mahathir Mohamad warned on Friday (April 13) elections next month will be the dirtiest in the country’s history due to cheating by the “monster” prime minister, but insisted his opposition alliance has a fighting chance. 773 more words

Malaysia vote that could decide Najib’s fate set for May 9

The Associated Press

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak (center), who also serves as president of the ruling National Front coalition, prays during a launching event for upcoming general elections in Kuala Lumpur on Saturday. 765 more words

Malaysia's Election: Mahathir Says, If Elected He'll Review China's Investments in Malaysia

South China Morning Post

Mahathir Mohamad wants to depose his former protégé Prime Minister Najib Razak, in what could be the most tightly-contested polls since the country’s independence in 1957… 797 more words

Malaysia's ruling coalition promises 3 million new jobs and bigger cash handouts in election manifesto -- Najib becomes "The Candy Man"

Malaysi’a Prime Minister Najib Razak said he and his colleagues vow to develop this country from Perlis to Sarawak and on to Sabah

Shannon Teoh… 1,014 more words

Kegilaan Mahathir Mesti Dihentikan

Pada mulanya saya ingat saya hendak menulis mengenai Manifesto Barisan Nasional yang diumumkan oleh Perdana Menteri siang tadi.  Namun, saya terbaca sesuatu yang lebih menarik – nukilan mengenai Mahathir Mohamad oleh DYAM Tengku Mahkota Johor dalam laman Facebook… 1,549 more words

Daily Whatevers

Is PM Najib's notorious self-confidence evaporating?

Partyforumseasia:  The die is cast“. Prime Minister Najib Razak did not say it nor is he Julius Caesar, and there is no guarantee that he has the latter’s legendary luck. 414 more words

Political Parties In Southeast Asia

Malaysian PM Najib promises $378 million raise for civil servants ahead of polls -- Buying loyalty? -- “Governments are trying to rig it so the rules mitigate against a strong opposition party.”

Reuters

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Prime Minister Najib Razak promised on Wednesday 1.46 billion ringgit ($378.04 million) in salary hikes to Malaysia’s civil servants, a key vote bank for the ruling coalition in a looming general election. 462 more words