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Video cameras to keep tabs on ceramah

The special Election Commission (EC) squads, which will make their debut in the coming general election, will be armed with video cameras to record ceramah and the behaviour of supporters in a move to keep campaigns orderly.

How new laws will affect tone of campaigning

ONG KIAN MING looks at significant changes in the election laws which will affect the tone of campaigns in the coming general election.

Report on alleged power abuse by state councillor

From the Malay Press: Umno has submitted a report to the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) on alleged abuse of power by a Terengganu state executive councillor over a swimming pool in Kemasik, Kemaman, reported I>Berita Harian./I>

State rep files notice to strike out polls petition

Pantai Remis state assemblyman Nga Kor Ming has filed a notice to strike out an election petition filed against him with the High Court.

Court strikes out polls petition against Entulu

The High Court here has struck out an election petition against Selangau MP Joseph Entulu Belaun, who is also Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Department.

Court strikes out voter’s Bukit Bintang polls petition

The High Court has struck out an election petition by a voter to nullify the victory of DAP's candidate Fong Kui Lim for the Bukit Bintang parliamentary constituency in the March 21 general election.

Court strikes out PAS candidates’ petitions

An Election Court has struck out three election petitions filed by PAS candidates to nullify the results of the March 21 general election in three constituencies in Selangor.

Duo to battle it out for Kuala Berang

A former teacher from Barisan Nasional and an agro-entrepreneur representing PAS will battle it out for this state seat in the by-election on Aug 28.

‘No provision for appeal’ on Election Court’s ruling

There can be no appeal against an Election Court's decision to throw out a petition without hearing its merits, because the Election Offences Act 1954 does not provide for it, the Federal Court ruled.

‘No provision for appeal’ on Election Court’s ruling

There can be no appeal against an Election Court's decision to throw out a petition without hearing its merits, because the Election Offences Act 1954 does not provide for it, the Federal Court ruled.