Tan Lian Hoe will be fielded in the Jalong state seat in Sungai Siput's federal constituency for GE14.
This is criminal defamation, says Selangor Gerakan's Ivanpal Singh Grewal.
Mah concedes DAP will control the state, but still hoping to capitalise on the party's ‘arrogance’.
UPDATED 2.54PM | The MCA chief douses talk of a merger, but says cooperation between the two will increase.
UPDATE 1.53PM | Mah also brands the opposition's idea of a transitional PM 'ludicrous'.
Both parties say joint assembly will ‘show and defend’ country's diversity and gov't's moderation.
Mah Siew Keong will continue to stand in Teluk Intan, if given the chance to do so.
Teng says payment terms of land transactions under DAP administration not made public.
YOURSAY | ‘After 60 years of independence, certain leaders still call for unity of their own race.'
'I wonder what the reaction will be if an organisation displays a banner of 'Bersatu India' or 'Bersatu Cina'?' asks Andy Yong.
LETTER | S'gor MB Office's strategic comms director is wrong for claiming that BN had become irrelevant, even distasteful.
Gerakan president only admits that the party will do better than they did in 2013 election.
UPDATED 5.08PM | Gerakan president believes DPM's statement is just a caution against overdevelopment.
Youth and women’s wings should emulate BN's success in Teluk Intan by-election, says Cheah Soon Hai.
GERAKAN AGM | Tan Lian Hoe also describes DAP as 'running dogs'.
Mah Siew Keong said this was based on party's study which found positive sentiments among Chinese voters.
Jason Loo alleges that Ng Wei Aik had 'humiliated and disrespected' the police from 2011 to 2014.
Selangor BN must also aim for urban seats previously contested by MCA and Gerakan, says Chai Ko Thing.
Gerakan president says the party had “licked its wounds” from GE13 and was now raring to face GE14.
'We must also pay attention to the fence-sitters to ensure they reject the opposition,' says Mah.
Penang Gerakan wonder why buildings to be demolished before approval of Island Hospital expansion.
Unlike DAP, Gerakan knows there are proper avenues and times for politicking, says veep Dominic Lau.
Lim also derides Gerakan for not saying a word about the 1MDB scandal.
Dominic Lau accuses Nga of malicious intent for linking the 1MDB scandal to the ongoing SEA Games.
State BN chair Teng Chang Yeow has been chosen to challenge the DAP adviser, says Gerakan.
Gerakan man presents satellite evidence that allegedly shows the factory becoming more 'visible' since DAP took Penang in 2008.
The Penang CM urges the previous Gerakan-led government to state their position on the matter.
The party is optimistic of Chinese support increasing beyond 30 pct, from only 13.4 pct in GE13.
Andy Yong says he finds nothing 'prejudicial to public order' as claimed.
This suit is for Lim's claim that Gerakan under former head Koh Tsu Koon sold state land for RM1 per sq foot.