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Collaborative vs oppositional politics: The UK, Indonesia and Norway

I READ the following quote about innovation in political debates in Norway back in September. I’ve thought a lot about it since then, and I’m quite confident I’ll be reflecting on it for a good time to come:


‘No place for dirty politics’

KOTA KINABALU: The fact that political parties wanted clarity on what amounted to bribery during a workshop reflects a shift towards cleaner politics, says Electoral Reform Committee (ERC) chief executive Amerul Muner Mohammad.


Responses at Sabah ERC workshop show a shift to cleaner politics, says its chief executive

KOTA KINABALU: Responses collected during an Electoral Reform Committee (ERC) workshop in Sabah on election code of conduct reflects a shift toward cleaner politics, says ERC chief executive Amerul Muner Mohammad.


EC should have more power to clean up electoral roll, says committee

KOTA KINABALU: The Electoral Reform Committee (ERC) wants the Election Commission (EC) to have more powers to clean up the electoral roll.


Groups want to meet PM over Lynas licence renewal

KUALA LUMPUR: Civil society groups are pleading to meet Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad before the Cabinet decides whether to renew the operating licence of Australia-owned Lynas Corp’s rare earth processing plant in Gebeng, Pahang.


Bersih calls on Dr M to set up RCI on alleged electoral misconducts

PETALING JAYA: Bersih 2.0 has called on Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad to convene a Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) on alleged electoral misconducts during the 14th General Election.


Tribunal against ex-EC members ends

KUALA LUMPUR: The tribunal looking into allegations of misconduct committed by six former Election Commission (EC) members in the 14th General Election has decided not to go ahead with proceedings.


AG 'disappointed' with tribunal decision not to probe ex-EC members

KUALA LUMPUR: Attorney General Tommy Thomas is "disappointed" that the tribunal set up to look into alleged offences by six former Election Commission (EC) members in the 14th General Election has decided not to proceed because it would be academic and expensive.