The Borneo Alliance (UBA) is unlikely to support Pakatan Rakyat, prefering to throw its support behind Sabah based parties
(Free Malaysia Today) - The organisors and sponsors of peninsular-based the ‘Anything But Umno’ (ABU) movement, which is calling for the removal of Umno in the next election, are seeking partners in East Malaysia.
A poison pen letter targeted at Nurul Izzah Anwar is currently being widely circulated. It is believed that Azmin Ali is behind this letter in an effort to discredit Nurul Izzah whom he views as a stumbling block to his political career. Many expect open warfare between Nurul Izzah and Azmin Ali to soon erupt with Anwar throwing his support behind Azmin Ali.
My mother suffered tremendously after my father who had served in the Military died in May 1978. Money was extremely tight and at times she had to beg for rice to feed the kids. She never went to school, sickly and could not get a job and we were dependent on Armed Forces pension of RM145 per month. Every other week my mother would ask me to write to Mindef seeking assistance but other than a courteous reply from the service chief no help ever came.
(Malaysian Digest) - Former Kuala Lumpur CID chief Datuk Mat Zain Ibrahim today called on his former police colleagues to be consistent by investigating Datuk Seri Jamil Khir Baharom and two others for allegedly abusing zakat funds.
DAP rejects MCA’s allegations as it tries to contain the damage from the Karpal-Ramasamy spat.
(Free Malaysia Today) - DAP has denied that it has issued a gag order on members or that it is trying to cover up malpractices, as alleged by MCA figures in their comments on the current quarrel between party chairman Karpal Singh and Penang Deputy Chief Minister II P Ramasamy.
STATE activists that want change in the way the Federal Government treat Sabah and Sarawak had in principle agreed to support the Peninsular-based ABU or ‘Anything But UMNO’ movement that called for the downfall of UMNO in the next election.