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KUCHING: The dismal showing by several new parties in the recent Sarawak polls has not deterred them, with some even more determined to give it another go in the 15th General Election (GE15). Parti Bumi Kenyalang (PBK) may have lost in all the 73 seats it contested, but president Voon Lee Shan felt that it was a good first outing.
KUCHING: All the candidates from two local Opposition parties which contested in the state election – Sarawak People’s Aspiration Party (Aspirasi) and Parti Sedar Rakyat Sarawak (Sedar) – have lost their deposits.
KUCHING: The state polls, which initially saw a crowded field of 349 election hopefuls, saw another Independent pull out, thus reducing the number of candidates to 347.Hours before polling yesterday, Engga Unchat declared that he would not be contesting in Dudong after all.
KUCHING: The Gedong seat was won by Tan Sri Abang Johari Tun Openg with a handsome majority of 3,607 votes.
Sarawak Polls: First woman candidate from GPS records win, takes Dalat with whopping 7,085-vote majority
KUCHING: The first of the 45 women candidates from Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS), Datuk Seri Fatimah Abdullah, has won the Dalat seat with a thumping majority of 7,085 votes.
KUCHING: With polling just 48 hours away, it is crunch time for candidates to make a final push for votes and to get the electorate out on polling day.
Sarawak Polls: Sedar made aware of harsh realities after 23 candidates were no-shows on nomination day
KUCHING: Politics has served Parti Sedar Rakyat Sarawak (Sedar) president Datuk Othman Abdillah a harsh lesson when only five out of 28 individuals chosen to represent the party in the state election turned up on nomination day.
KUCHING: One of the “universal” pledges among the contesting parties in the Sarawak state election is to ensure that petroleum revenue will benefit and be enjoyed by the people.Ruling coalition Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) and its local opponents highlight this point in their soon-to-be-unveiled manifestos.