I read with interest and disgust as Gerakan national legal and human rights chief Baljit Singh tried to sidestep the issue of
Penang becoming a federal territory
made by BN’s own Federal Territories Minister Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor by talking about Penang needing leaders who were born in Penang.
Baljit Singh also points out that many of the DAP leaders in the state are outsiders.
UPDATED 5PM | Tan Keng Liang responds to speculation on social media on why lion dancers appeared motionless.
There has been discussions with other component parties but final decision rests with Najib.
After backlash, Dominic Lau retracts his comment that the gov't should review funding for religious schools.
It involved 60 percent of the market share and RM1 billion in GDP.
The mishap that injured 14 shows poor governance.
Teng Chang Yeow claims people of Penang can't even criticise state leadership at all, or they will be prosecuted.
Yong’s proposal to reconsider bumi privileges is dangerous, says Cheras Umno chief.
Gerakan secretary-general Liang Teck Meng has once again displayed the party’s true colors and more so, Gerakan’s real role in Barisan Nasional. In a recent
, he had the audacity to criticise DAP as a party that is not to be trusted simply because of our recent affiliation with Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) but more so, forging allies with former political foe, Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
UPDATED 2.55PM | We haven't seen gov't's format of the bill, but Hadi's motion is unconstitutional, says Mah.
Set up fact-finding committee on violence perpetrated by coalition members, says Youth wing deputy Andy Yong.
It wants to know how the Penang government plans to finance its huge deficit budget.
All three party presidents say the amendments to limit penalties doesn't matter, vow to oppose bill.
DAP’s Guan Eng says BN’s endorsement will lead to a clash with the constitution.
YOURSAY | ‘Is the church to refrain from standing up for justice, even as Gerakan fails to do so?’
YOURSAY | ‘The church advocates clean governance. So, there is nothing wrong for it to support Bersih.’
There were Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus, Sikhs and others at Nov 19 rallies too, says CCM.
UPDATED 3.30PM | 'This is a backsliding move that goes against human and civil rights endorsement of today’s society.'
Deputy chief Andy Yong chants 'separation of religion and politics' to Bersih-clad church-goers.
Dominic Lau wants action against the duo as a deterrent, saying rallies are bad for the economy.
It is high time in order for us to move forward progressively, Gerakan Youth deputy chief says.
MP SPEAKS | There is proof in BN's own stats that Harapan has still done better despite the Gerakan admin.
Still harping on the matter, Gerakan state leaders submit a memorandum to Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng today.
H'ng says BN's question is not about how successful the fishing industry is now, but when it actually started in Penang.
Has Gerakan learned their lesson since 2008?
Penang Institute says its calculations are based on latest available data from Department of Statistics.
‘It is time we address issues that touch the people.’
CM uses official figures to soothe Gerakan's doubts on Penang top spot in economic growth.
UPDATED 12PM | Jason Loo accuses supporter of consortium and Penang government of harrassment.