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MELAKA: Caught by surprise over the ban on election-related gatherings, many leaders across the political divide are hoping they would be able to get the Health Ministry to reverse its decision.
MELAKA: The Health Ministry’s move to prohibit all election-related activities, rallies and social gatherings with effect from yesterday until Nov 27 has been warmly received by communities in the state.
ISTANBUL: Turkey’s latest diplomatic spat gave currency traders another reason to sell the struggling lira, which dropped as much as 1.5% in early Asia trading yesterday amid thin liquidity.
KUALA LUMPUR: Tighter standard operating procedures (SOP) are needed in the upcoming Melaka state election because Covid-19 transmission rates remain high in the state, says Datuk Dr Noor Azmi Ghazali.
Ban on political gatherings timely, MP says in chiding 'selfish' leaders for triggering Melaka polls
KUALA LUMPUR: An independent MP has welcomed the ban on political gatherings during campaigning in the upcoming Melaka state election, which he said was triggered by the actions of self-centred politicians.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida suffered an unexpected blow a week before his Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) heads into a national vote, as the loss of a closely watched by-election focused attention on his flagging support a month into the job.
TOKYO (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, in his first parliamentary electoral test as chief of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), led the party to mixed results in two by-elections on Sunday (Oct 24).
MALACCA (Bernama): The Health Ministry's move to prohibit all election-related activities, rallies and social gatherings with effect from tomorrow until Nov 27, comes as welcome news and a great relief for communities in the state.