Monthly Archives: April 2007

Ijok – BN won

Khir Toyo: Difficult to implement development in Ijok if BN loses Najib too stoops to mud-slinging in Ijok by-election Anwar complains of police harassment and phantom voters Muhyiddin says Ijok will be well taken by BN Barisan’s promises of million RM

Posted in BN, BN government, jijik, pilihanraya

Anwar complains of police harassment and phantom voters

Former Malaysian deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim on Wednesday complained about police harassment and phantom voters as a key by-election campaign intensified.  “Two of my rallies were stopped by the police late Tuesday. They say we need to have a

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Khir Toyo: Difficult to implement development in Ijok if BN loses

Dr Mohamad Khir also said that it was difficult to implement development in a constituency where the elected representative was not from the BN.“If the elected representative is not aligned to us (BN), it is difficult for us to implement

Posted in gertak, khir toyo, pilihanraya

Khir Toyo says BN does not stoop so low

Counterfeit RM100 notes with congratulatory letters purportedly sent from a college in Petaling Jaya have been mailed to 290 homes here, urging the recipients to vote for the Barisan Nasional.  The letters congratulated the recipients, saying that the cash was

Posted in khir toyo, kosong

Badawi says BN does not believe in raising racial issues

Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has said he is confident that the voters here will not be influenced by racial issues raised by opposition parties in their bid to garner support.  “The people understand that racial issues have no meaning

Posted in badawi, kosong

Najib says he acted in the interest of Chinese community

  Najib also said Parti Keadilan Rakyat advisor Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim had no grounds to claim he acted in the interest of the Chinese community as he had failed to do so when he was education minister.  He said

Posted in kosong, najib

King: every Malaysian’s rights are enshrined in the Federal Constitution

“We must maintain this precious unity to the best of our ability.   “To co-exist requires us to understand, respect and be tolerant with one another,” he said at his installation ceremony as the 13th Yang di-Pertuan Agong at Istana

Posted in bernas, royalty
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