All set for battle royale in Ayer Hitam

KUALA LUMPUR: DAP was bold enough to field its state chief Liew Chin Tong in Ayer Hitam because the Chinese community in the constituency wanted a battle between two Chinese giants...

PAS divorce oath will cost party women’s votes, says analyst

lham Centre executive director Hisomuddin Bakar says the likely loss of Muslim women voters in addition to having lost votes from non-Muslim communities after the demise of Pakatan Rakyat, will cause...

Another rally, but is Malaysia suffering 1MDB fatigue?

Malaysia’s largest civil action group Bersih 2.0, also known as the Coalition for Clean Elections, will hold its fifth national rally on November 19 calling for Prime Minister Najib Razak’s resignation...

‘PAS’ failure drawing crowd to Pakatan events in Kelantan’

KUALA LUMPUR: The huge presence of listeners during Pakatan Harapan’s event in Bachok, Kelantan last weekend sent a strong signal to the Pakatan coalition, PAS and Barisan Nasional (BN) to gear...

PAS veep Tuan Ibrahim the preferred choice to replace Hadi, survey shows

Although PAS elections are still a year away, feelers are already on the ground as to who the next president could be, and vice-president Datuk Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man has emerged...

GE14: Swing in Malay voters not enough for PH to take over

KUALA LUMPUR: A research centre has found the dissatisfaction among PAS and Umno voters is growing but it is not enough for Pakatan Harapan to take over Putrajaya in the 14th...

Too late for PAS to regain support from non-Muslims, say analysts

It is too late for PAS to regain the trust of non-Muslim voters, who see their recent actions as a betrayal, analysts have said, echoing the sentiments of its senior leader...

Despite furore, Cambridge Analytica won’t be a big election issue, say analysts

THE international controversy surrounding data analytics and political consultancy firm Cambridge Analytica (CA) and its links with the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition as well as a Pakatan Harapan (PH) leader...

Voters prefer two-party system, says Ilham

KUALA LUMPUR: Voters at the 14th general election would opt for a two-party system by choosing BN or Pakatan Rakyat, which means both PSM and PAS would be sidelined, said an...

Having woman DPM more an issue of political will, say analysts

THE question of having a woman deputy prime minister is not one for Malaysians, but the national leadership to execute, said political observers, in conjunction with International Women’s Day today and...