Nation 14 Aug 2018

Dr M admits in closed-door meeting Pakatan made promises without expecting to win GE14

PETALING JAYA: At a closed-door meeting on Monday (Aug 13) night, Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said that Pakatan Harapan had made too many election promises because it didn’t expect to win in the 14th general election, news portal Malaysiakini reports.

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Tread carefully into the future

From AHMAD ZAKI ISMAIL of Petaling Jaya.


Health sector challenges for new government

From TAN SRI DR HAJI MOHD ISMAIL MERICAN of Former Director General of Health, Malaysia.


Prescription for a new beginning

From PROFESSOR DATUK DR ADEEBA KAMARULZAMAN, Dean, Faculty of Medicine, Universiti Malaya.

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Flags and banners yet to be removed in Selayang

POSTERS and campaign materials of political parties used in GE14 are still flying high in the Selayang constituency.

Campaign banners thrown along the roadside in Rawang
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Pakatan volunteers spend long hours cleaning up

PAKATAN Harapan flags have been going missing from the streets of Petaling Jaya since May 9 as supporters and passers-by help themselves to the materials.

Pakatan volunteers removing campaign materials in Petaling Jaya.
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‘Take down all campaign materials in Kuala Langat‘

KUALA Langat district officer Mohd Jusni Hashim has urged all political parties to take down their flags, bunting and billboards put up for the 14th general election along all roads in the district, including the Klang-Banting Highway.

Campaign materials still up in public places in Kuala Langat.

Ex-IGP Khalid: I will co-operate if investigated by new Federal Govt

PETALING JAYA: Former Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar is willing to cooperate with the new Federal Government with any issues prior to the 14th general election.

File photo of former IGP Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar.

Mavcom to probe Tony Fernandes' claims that they 'summoned' him to cancel election flights

PETALING JAYA: Tan Sri Tony Fernandes' claims that he was asked to cancel extra flights during the elections will be investigated.

screen capture from Tony Fernandes Facebook video apologising for supporting BN.

Musa Aman: I'm still the Chief Minister

KOTA KINABALU: Tan Sri Musa Aman is maintaining that he is still the rightful Sabah Chief Minister.


Pakatan to review Lynas rare earth operations

KUANTAN: The Pakatan Harapan Government will have to review the operation of the Lynas rare earth refinery here, especially its waste management.

File photo of the the Lynas rare earth refinery in Gebeng, near Kuantan.