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The fresh DAP Central Executive Committee election on Sept 29 is expected by many in the party to be a tame affair and with the same pecking order returned. But its top leaders are reportedly eager to use the event to send a clear message to the
The DAP will hold fresh elections for the central executive committee (CEC) as requested by the Registrar or Societies to avert deregistration of the party, said party chairman Karpal Singh on Thursday. He said in a statement that even though the ROS'
Trouble is brewing in Sabah DAP with the resignation of an increasingly-isolated Luyang assemblyman Hiew King Cheu as the state advisor. Hiew said his decision to resign as advisor was due to the action of his four "elected YBs" who called for
Pakatan Rakyat will focus on gaining the support of the 47% of Malaysians who voted for Barisan Nasional in GE13. DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang said this would be the Opposition pact's greatest challenge to persuade these voters whom he termed fence-
Asoghan has claimed that 547 people were brought in to pose as delegates during the party elections and coerced to vote for six candidates for top party posts. The candidates were party adviser Lim Kit Siang, secretary-general Lim Guan Eng, chairman
It was business as usual Friday night at the iconic Jonker Walk night market despite the new ruling to allow cars in. Motorists were diverted from entering the tourist spot at 5pm by traffic policemen and officers from the Malacca Historic City
PAS vice- president Datuk Husam Musa has been remanded for two days under Section 117 of the Penal Code over alleged seditious remarks. The remand order was issued by magistrate Nik Habri Muhammad at the district police station in Pengkalan Chepa.
A throng of protesters gathered at Padang Merbok for Pakatan Rakyat's Black 505' rally ahead of the opening of the 13th Parliament tomorrow, although the number was nowhere near the 300,000 targeted by the organisers. The rally was held to call for
A DAP leader has called on Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak to place his war against crime as the top agenda for the Cabinet meeting on Wednesday...Lim said criminals were instead declaring their own war through mass armed robberies at
Action will not be taken against Bakri MP Er Teck Hwa (pic) by DAP for breaking the boycott of the Parliamentary briefing on Tuesday. In an immediate reaction, Er said he was relieved that he was spared stern disciplinary action and vowed to toe the