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NGO: Dispose of flags and banners responsibly

WITH the 14th General Election finally over, it is an eyesore to see campaign materials like party flags, posters, banners and bunting left behind in every nook and cranny of the Klang Valley.

Flags and posters scattered at a roadside in Taman Kinrara, Puchong after a downpour yesterday.
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Now for promises to be fulfilled

JOHOR BARU: Johoreans are looking forward to better times ahead now that the general election is over.

(From left) S. Nallusamy, Puniswaran and Arumugan hope the newly-formed state government will fulfil the promises made in the coalition’s manifesto.
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Elected reps go on walkabouts distributing flowers and thanking voters

IT’S a double celebration for Pakatan Harapan elected representatives who celebrated their victories and Mother’s Day together.

Lim (right) giving out carnations to the womenfolk during a walkabout at Jalan Bukit Bendera in Ayer Itam.

Giving praise where it is due

From TAN AND FAMILY of Petaling Jaya.


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.