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Umno exceeded election spending limit: Guan Eng

The sum of RM218mil that a High Court has ordered Umno to pay for 2004 general election campaign materials exceeds the 2004 general election spending limit, said DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng.

Sarikei seat petition dismissed

The Election Court here has dismissed with costs, a petition for the Sarikei parliamentary seat brought by DAP candidate Dr Wong Hua Seh against Ding Kuong Hiing of the Barisan Nasional.

Court rejects election petition for Sarikei seat (updated)

The Election Court here on Monday rejected an election petition filed by the DAP for the Sarikei parliamentary seat.

Landmark decision by court

The Federal Court, in a landmark decision, has ruled that an election petition struck out without a hearing can be appealed..

Court throws out Bukit Bintang election petition

The High Court here struck out with cost the election petition for the Bukit Bintang parliamentary seat brought by Barisan Nasional candidate Datuk Dr Lee Chong Meng.

Decision on Bukit Bintang election petition today

An Election Court will decide today whether to strike out a petition filed against the result for the Bukit Bintang parliamentary seat.

PAS man files appeal on Sanglang

Kedah state PAS commissioner Hashim Jasin filed an appeal at the High Court here on Thursday to be declared the winner of the Sanglang state constituency.

Two petitions thrown out

An Election Court in Kuala Lumpur dismissed two election petitions filed by two voters to challenge the results of the Titiwangsa and Wangsa Maju parliamentary seats.

Court dismisses election petitions

An Election Court here dismissed two election petitions filed by two voters to challenge the results of the Titiwangsa and Wangsa Maju parliamentary seats.

Sanglang seat is now vacant

The Election Court has accepted a petition filed by Perlis PAS commissioner Hashim Jasin and declared the Sanglang state seat vacant.