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Baru must win, says Lajim in Lawas

At Baru's Kg Siang-Siang residence. Lajim is second from right, sitting next to Baru, while Patrick Sadom was giving speech.
LAWAS : Sarawak Keadilan chairman, Baru Bian, must be returned again as Ba' Kelalan assemblyman at this state election to ensure continuity and also prepare the state to embrace an impending new Fkederal Government.

Baru's counterpart in Sabah, Datuk Lajim Ukin, who is currently campaigning for Keadilan candidates in Sarawak, said based on his excellent service and being the state Keadilan chairman, Baru should retain again Ba' Kelalan.

35 straight fights, 45 multi-cornered in Sarawak election

KUCHING, April 25 — It will be a crowded battle for Sarawak this May 7 with multi-cornered fights to take place in 45 of the 82 seats up for contest, according to information released this afternoon by the Election Commission (EC).

EC chairman Datuk Seri Hashim Abdullah told a press conference that a total of 228 contenders were formally endorsed as candidates for the contest when nominations closed this morning at 10am.

In the 2011 polls, 213 candidates contested for 71 seats in the state legislative assembly.

Sabah joins Sarawak to bar Rafizi from entering the state

By Eduad Bugang



Some of PKR members who were waiting for Rafizi at the terminal.
KOTA KINABALU: Hard-hitting MP Rafizi Ramli of Parti Keadilan Rakyat has been barred by immigration to enter Sabah this afternoon (April 23, 2016).

The outspoken parliamentarian who is also PKR's secretary-general was swiftly taken by immigration officers as soon as he arrived at the terminal of Kota Kinabalu International Airport at around 5pm.

Belgian minister says many Muslims 'danced' after attacks

Brussels (AFP) - Belgian Interior Minister Jan Jambon said Saturday that a "significant" part of the Muslim population celebrated attacks, blaming the country's policies for failing to integrate migrants into society.

He did not explicitly refer to last month's jihadist attacks on Brussels' airport and metro system that killed 32 people

"A significant section of the Muslim community danced when attacks took place," Jambon said in an interview with the Flemish-language De Standaard newspaper.

After Dr Wan Azizah’s rejection, some pundits say end is nigh for Save Malaysia group

KUALA LUMPUR, April 18 — Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail’s formal refusal to join the Save Malaysia coalition has dealt a blow to the non-partisan movement seeking a leadership change in Putrajaya, some political observers said.

Despite its frontman and former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s clout, the pundits believe the Save Malaysia campaign is unlikely to gain further support from regular Malaysians due to the conflicting stands adopted by its prominent members comprising activists and politicians from both sides of the divide.

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