BN has topped a list of 23 election offences documented by Bersih 2.0 throughout the Cameron Highlands by-election campaign.
With some 10 people related to PH leaders named to government agencies and companies, activists said the new government is looking like the defeated BN.
Civil societies monitoring PHsaid there will be no forgiveness for the new administration if it fails to reform GLCs as promised.
Government’s move to protect orang asli rights lauded.
DAP Youth today lodged a police report over what it claims was a racially and religiously charged campaign by PAS and Umno in the Cameron Highlands by-election.
The Malaysian Bar has urged the government to reinstate the moratorium on the Sedition Act 1948 pending its repeal and for police to cease all investigations under the law.
The recent arrest of three individuals by the police for allegedly insulting Sultan Muhammad V does not fall under the categories for which the Sedition Act should be used, says CIJ.
The Malaysian Bar has urged PH to keep its election manifesto promise to abolish all oppressive and draconian laws.
Maria Chin has urged Putrajaya to give a third of the new Election Commission (EC) committee slots to women.
PPBM top leadership agrees with Armada on the need to end patronage politics, said Syed Saddiq.
MCA and DAP have voiced strong concerns over PM’s remarks on the UEC recognition.
Government need not heed Bersatu veep’s view when he called on Putrajaya to bring back the JPP to disburse goodies to party loyalists.
Surely PPBM members have not forgotten that it was the practice of political patronage and abuse of government resources that led to Umno’s fall.