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Infighting causes PBDS to lose its federal ministerial post

The infighting in Parti Bansa Dayak Sarawak (PBDS) has proven costly when the party lost its sole ministerial post in the new Cabinet.

Masing’s group seeks fresh PBDS elections

Parti Bansa Dayak Sarawak (PBDS) leaders led by state Minister Datuk Sri Dr James Masing will start lobbying for a fresh party election to be conducted as soon as possible now that the parliamentary election in Sarawak has been completed.

Party picks new leader

B>SEOUL:/BSouth Korea's main opposition party, a conservative group which used its control of parliament to impeach President Roh Moo-hyun, elected the daughter of a former military strongman as its new leader Tuesday.

S. Korea parliament impeaches president

South Korea's parliament impeached President Roh Moo-hyun yesterday, suspending him from office amid chaotic scenes and thrusting the country into unprecedented economic and political uncertainty.

Motion to impeach Roh

B>SEOUL:/BSouth Korea's main opposition parties took the first parliamentary step Tuesday in an unprecedented attempt to impeach President Roh Moo-hyun #8211; a move that could cause chaos weeks before a parliamentary election.

Tamil Tigers offer amnesty to renegade leader

Sri Lanka's Tamil Tigers offered an amnesty to their expelled renegade commander yesterday and stressed he was alone in his battle to break away from the main guerilla group.

No apology from Roh on election comment, say aides

B>SEOUL: /B>Despite threats of an impeachment bill, South Korea's President Roh Moo-hyun will not apologise for vowing to do all he legally could to garner votes for a political party, the presidential office said Friday.

Golkar confident of 30% of votes

Indonesia's former ruling party Golkar is confident of boosting its share of the vote in next month's parliamentary election to 30%, its chairman Akbar Tanjung said Friday.

Sarawak likely to see crowded fights

The political fighting ring in Sarawak is going to be rather crowded this coming parliamentary election. This is the first time in two decades that so many opposition parties will be involved in multi-cornered fights against the mighty Sarawak Barisan Nasional.

Star wars for coming elections

By Coomi Kapoor