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Wake-up call for all political parties

WHAT a wake-up call it has been for our politicians.

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A Malay tsunami in Melaka

THE dust has yet to settle from the Melaka election but it seems like a Malay tsunami rolled through the state on Saturday (Nov 20) night.

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Political drought ends for Barisan

The stunning victory in Melaka was beyond what Barisan Nasional leaders dared to dream of but it shows that the coalition is still formidable when it works as a team.

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Melaka Polls: Spotlight on 'King' and 'Queen' of Tanjung Bidara

THE stakes in the high-profile seat of Tanjung Bidara have shot up.

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Barisan inches ahead in Melaka

DATUK Kamarudin Sidek, the PAS chief for Melaka, looked so solemn at the launch of the Perikatan Nasional manifesto that his Selangor collegue Roslan Shahrir asked him if he was alright.

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Elitists vs Grassroots in S’gor DAP polls

DAP FIREBAND Ronnie Liu Tian Khiew is the underdog in the Selangor DAP election on Sunday (Nov 14).

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Few secrets in the Melaka poll

THOSE who said Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim lacked the killer instinct should eat their words.

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Awkward situation for PM as Melaka battle takes off

AN AWKWARD situation lies ahead for Prime Minister Dato Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob as the battle for Melaka begins.

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PAS risks winning zero seats under Perikatan logo

DATUK Seri Hadi Awang may be frail and sickly but he used his clout as PAS president to push his party to accept the Perikatan Nasional logo in the coming Melaka election.

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Mega surprises ahead in Melaka polls

ARE Melaka people ready to make history by having the female chief minister?

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Past controversies return to haunt Dr M

THE past has returned to haunt two of the most controversial personalities from the ousted Pakatan Harapan government.

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The knives are out for Hadi’s inner circle

DATUK Seri Hadi Awang has often been deemed too naive and utopian for the cut-throat world of politics, with critics thinking that he is more suitable for life as a preacher than a political leader.

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