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KUALA LUMPUR: The Electoral Reform Committee (ERC) will engage with the public in Sarawak on Aug 26 and 28 to get feedback on enhancing the electoral system and rules.
IT seems strange that Sarawak would see local council elections as an attempt by Putrajaya to take over local government administration in the state.
MALAYSIA'S electorate just got bigger now that both Houses of Parliament have approved a constitutional amendment to lower the voting age to 18.
Non-governmental organisation (NGO) refers to a body, often independent of the government, which operates to address a particular cause.In a research titled “History and Growth of Health NGOs in Malaysia Till 2015” published by academicians Mazlan Che Soh and Makmor Tumin from Universiti Teknologi Mara and Universiti Malaya respectively, there were 57,568 NGOs as of March 2016, an 8.6% increase from the figures in December 2013.
THREE specially curated exhibitions for George Town Festival (GTF) 2019 featuring sharing sessions, storytelling performances and a workshop are being held from now until July 28.
POLITICAL rhetoric in Sarawak has lately been dominated by the issue of state rights and autonomy, even more so since the change of government at federal level last May.
SIBU: The Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) government must fulfil its promise to instal traffic lights at the roundabout of Jalan Ulu Sungai Merah and Jalan Ling Kai Cheng to resolve traffic congestion in the area.
SIBU: The Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS)-led government must not lose in the next state election, which is due in May 2021.
ALL redevelopment or resubmissions for the 273 projects that are in violation of the gazetted Kuala Lumpur City Plan (KLCP) 2020 will be subject to public hearing.
ONE year after the 14th General Election, which saw a change of government in Malaysia, people are eager to see the changes that Pakatan Harapan has brought to the table.