The prime minister says he will call a general election if his Perikatan Nasional coalition and its allies win the … More
I am currently in Sandakan to campaign for Warisan Plus. Along the main thoroughfares of Sandakan, posters adorned with the … More
KUALA LUMPUR: Sabah’s state election has shaped up to be a free-for-all, with multi-cornered contests in each of the Bornean … More
SABAH voters will return to polling stations for the second time in less than two years to elect their government. … More
The Muhyiddin government has delayed a widely anticipated vote of no confidence on his prime ministership when parliament reconvenes on 18 May. Is the new prime minister, whose legitimacy is being contested, feeling insecure? Or does he have the requisite numbers to support him — or is it both?