Not short on dramatic moments


Yee was frustrated when told he was not able to use the fish symbol in the ballot paper when filing his candidacy for the Kepong parliamentary seat last Saturday.

Nomination day for the 15th General Election (GE15) on Nov 5 was not just a big day for the many candidates but also for journalists covering the event throughout the country.

As we filed stories from the ground for our readers, the day had a couple of tense moments, especially as rival parties faced each other outside the 222 nomination centres.

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