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Court dismisses GHope’s request for poll at meets

THE Kuala Lumpur High Court yesterday dismissed with costs a declaratory relief sought by Golden Hope Plantations Bhd (GHope) for a legal interpretation of Article 61 of its Articles of Association (AoA) on the right to demand a poll at its general meetings.

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Muted protest as Hong Kong marks China handover

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of people on Friday marked the anniversary of Hong Kong's return to China by marching to demand full voting rights, but the crowds were far smaller than in the last two years.

Muted protest as Hong Kong marks China handover

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of people on Friday marked the anniversary of Hong Kong's return to China by marching to demand full voting rights, but the crowds were far smaller than in the last two years.

Institutions fail to oust Amin Shah

TAN Sri Amin Shah Omar Shah was re-elected a director of PSC Industries Bhd (PSCI) at its AGM yesterday after major shareholders were denied entry into the meeting room.

Musa happy that big fish also being hauled up

The hauling up of high-level Umno leaders, or the 'big fish,' for money politics is a sign that democracy prevails in the party.

China officially names HK's Tsang chief executive

BEIJING (Reuters) - China has officially named Donald Tsang chief executive of Hong Kong, state media said on Tuesday, less than a week after he won an overwhelming number of number of nominations for the post from a Beijing-backed electoral college.

Incumbent Woon retains post

The reconvening of the Grik MCA annual general meeting (AGM) late yesterday saw incumbent chairman Woon Tuck Hoong retaining the post, beating challenger Lee Kok Chang 44 to 41 votes.

Tsang gets overwhelming backing from electors

Popular veteran civil servant Donald Tsang has won enough support from a China-appointed committee to be the territory's next leader with the daunting task of balancing the demands of Beijing with calls for democracy.

Tsang declared winner in HK leadership race

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong confirmed on Thursday that veteran civil servant Donald Tsang would be its next leader amid fresh criticism that the selection process was not democratic enough.