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PKR polls: Vying to get heard over a loudspeaker

KOTA SAMARAHAN, Nov 10 (Bernama) -- A war of words erupted between opposing sides during the Sarawak PKR elections today in the Kota Samarahan Division over the alleged use of a loudspeaker by the side supporting Mohd Rafizi Ramli, one of the two candidates for deputy president.

The argument led to the other side, supporting incumbent deputy president Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali who is defending the post, to make an official complaint to the Central Elections Committee on the matter, according to Datuk Mansor Othman, the Penang PKR chairman who is a candidate for the Central Leadership Council. 

“I understand that a complaint (report) has been made for the Central Elections Committee to act. We noticed that the use of the loudspeaker had led to an argument between the two sides.....

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Sarawak PKR elections proceeding smoothly


KUCHING, Nov 10 (Bernama) – The Sarawak Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) election process went smoothly this morning with state PKR chairman and Selangau Member of Parliament Baru Bian winning the PKR Lawas division’s top post uncontested.

 
 

Sarawak PKR accuses state government of trying to sabotage Lawas' polls


LAWAS, Nov 10 (Bernama) – Sarawak PKR will be lodging a report with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission over alleged abuse of power by outsiders to derail its Lawas branch’s polls today.

 
 

Re-elections for three Sabah PKR divisions starts today


KOTA KINABALU, Nov 10 (Bernama) – The Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) elections for three divisions in Sabah will be held again following the postponement of the election results on Nov 3 and 4, and will take place today and tomorrow.

 
 

Land issue continues to be popular topic at Sarawak Assembly sitting


KUCHING,  Nov 9 (Bernama) – Sarawak Assistant Minister for Urban Planning, Land Administration and Environment Datuk Len Talif said the perimeter survey of Native Customary Rights (NCR) land in the state  would not only solve the land title problem for the people, but it also helps to avoid future dispute regarding the matter, which would cost time and resources.

 
 

Bill Kayong's family unhappy over proposed abolition of death penalty


MIRI, Nov 9 (Bernama) -- The family of murder victim Bill Kayong has expressed their unhappiness over the proposal to abolish death penalty especially those convicted of murder. 

 
 

Exclusive European High Fashion Textile at Merdeka Palace Hotel


KUCHING, Nov 9 (Bernama) – Beginning tomorrow, Kuching residents will be given the chance to buy exclusive textiles from high fashion houses.

 
 

Natural gas reserves in Sarawak sufficient for 17 years


KUCHING, Nov 9 (Bernama) The natural gas reserves discovered in Sarawak are estimated to be sufficient for 15-17 years at a daily production of 5,000 MMscf, says Assistant Minister for Corporate Affairs Abdullah Saidol.

 
 

No proposal for government to pay salary to local councillors


KUCHING, Nov 9 (Bernama)— The state government does not have any proposal to pay local councillors or increase their allowances, Assistant Minister for Local Government and Housing Datuk Dr Penguang Manggil said.

 
 

Sibu to host Sarawak-level Youth Day


KUCHING, Nov 8 (Bernama) -- Some 5,000 youths from all over Sarawak are expected to be involved in the state-level Youth Day celebration from Nov 16 to 18 in Sibu.

 
 

Huge allocation for SK Ulu Segan, SK Maludam due to many factors - Anuar


KUCHING, Nov 8 (Bernama) -- The huge allocation for the relocation of the Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Ulu Segan, Bintulu and SK Maludam, Betong, at RM88.42 million was due to the three main factors, namely, the construction of dormitory buildings, locations and land structures.

 
 
 

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Sarawak set to be first to use hydrogen fuel-powered buses in Malaysia

 
     

Cops seeking remand extension for suspects involved in Sungai Kim Kim pollution

 
     

Selangor Assemblywomen don headscarves in solidarity

 
     

All schools in Pasir Gudang to re-open on March 31

 
     
 
     
 

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