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Barisan likely to discuss reps’ suspension

The Barisan Nasional supreme council meeting next Tuesday is expected to discuss the suspension of two MCA assemblymen for abstaining from voting on a DAP motion at the Penang state assembly on Nov 21.

Attend sittings, Tok Mat reminds MPs and reps

Barisan Nasional MPs and state assemblymen who failed to attend sittings in parliament and state assemblies could be dropped as candidates in the next election.

Hilmi: Action on reps enough

Barisan Nasional should not go on a #8220;witch-hunt#8221; against the eight back-benchers who did not vote on a DAP motion at the Penang state assembly on Nov 21.

Ah Lek to take on Ling in 2005

MCA deputy president Datuk Lim Ah Lek said he would contest for the party president#8217;s post in 2005 party if Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik still holds the post at that time.

Barisan endorses suspension of MCA duo

The Barisan Nasional has endorsed MCA#8217;s decision to suspend its two state assemblymen who abstained from voting against an opposition motion at the Penang State Assembly last month.

Burying the hatchet - and 'quit' plans

News analysis by FOONG PEK YEE.

Rais: States need time to gazette law

If all state governments gazette the uniform Syariah laws agreed to by the Rulers Council, there will be no need to amend Schedule 9 of the Federal Constitution, said Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim

PAS looking for potential women candidates

PAS, anticipating the general election to be held before October, has sent out 'feelers' for potential candidates and, for the first time after more than four decades, has asked for women candidates as well.

Sabah to ensure uniformity in Islamic family law

Existing Islamic law in Sabah does not require a Muslim man to seek his first wife#8217;s permission to marry again, Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Lajim Ukin said Thursday.

Sabah BN to accept revised boundaries

The Sabah Barisan Nasional is accepting the revised delineation of electoral boundaries although some of its component parties are still unhappy with the changes.