Rivals have successfully painted the party by using it as a “punching bag” for all their issues.
The first chief justice from east Malaysia, Richard Malanjum has openly endorsed Warisan Plus in the 16th Sabah state election.
Lim says the PM implied that Anwar was bluffing, but Muhyiddin dared not call the bluff, considering that he is himself an illegitimate ‘back door’ prime minister.
Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has depicted his party and its leadership as powerless by saying its lawmakers could individually decide whom to support to be prime minister.
Najib and Hishammuddin have no right to criticise Shafie because the last time some foreign invaders challenged Sabah’s sovereignty, there were 16 dead bodies.
Lim Kit Siang said he is shocked that Bung Moktar Radin had objected to Warisan's "In God we trust, unite we must" slogan.
Shafie Apdal’s vision – to “build a nation, not a particular race or religion”; no politician since the Tunku has embraced multiculturalism with such passion and conviction.
PAS women chief announced that Sabahan cannot go to heaven as they are unable to vote for PAS.
Kadir Jasin said he was perplexed as to why Najib is still accorded special treatment by the authorities despite the latter’s conviction by the High Court last July.
Dr Mahathir has reportedly dismissed the idea that he was under political party DAP’s control.
PAS MP Nik Muhammad Zawawi Salleh managed to trigger a major controversy with a deeply offensive remark that the Bible had been “distorted.”
Liew Chin Tong said that the Sabah election will not only have an impact on voters in the state but will have a national scale impact.