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  #1 Old 03-03-2004 Default General Elections 2004

With Election Fever coming, to further organize the forum. All discussions on General Elections will fall on this thread.

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  #2 Old 03-03-2004 Default General Elections 2004

With Election Fever coming, to further organize the forum. All discussions on General Elections will fall on this thread.

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  #3 Old 03-03-2004 Default

yay, elections! are they going to release anwar and guan eng?
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yay, elections! are they going to release anwar and guan eng?
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Pak Lah will be pretty silly to release Anwar. After all, he needs a comfortable victory to maintain power in UMNO.

On some other note, I would really like to see money-politics be made more transparent. There's a lot of money invovled in the Malaysian elections, but no details as to where the money came from. While some might like money-politics be banned/made illegal, I would argue that banning individuals to give money to candidates whose ideals they support results in curbing freedom.
Because if it is my money, why shouldn't I have the right to express my views by supporting a candidate whose platform makes the most sense to me?
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Pak Lah will be pretty silly to release Anwar. After all, he needs a comfortable victory to maintain power in UMNO.

On some other note, I would really like to see money-politics be made more transparent. There's a lot of money invovled in the Malaysian elections, but no details as to where the money came from. While some might like money-politics be banned/made illegal, I would argue that banning individuals to give money to candidates whose ideals they support results in curbing freedom.
Because if it is my money, why shouldn't I have the right to express my views by supporting a candidate whose platform makes the most sense to me?
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  #7 Old 03-03-2004 Default

I expect BN to gain a lot of footing this time. However, I do want to see Keadilan, not BA, breaks the barrier and make a name for itself.
We need a strong opposition and as I see it, only Keadilan, and to some extend DAP, make the best opposition front.

I would like to see PAS lose Terengganu but not by a whole lot. A 50-50 distribution would be good enough. For Kelantan its tough but I hope BN get some seats.

For all others states especially johor. no need to say la.
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I expect BN to gain a lot of footing this time. However, I do want to see Keadilan, not BA, breaks the barrier and make a name for itself.
We need a strong opposition and as I see it, only Keadilan, and to some extend DAP, make the best opposition front.

I would like to see PAS lose Terengganu but not by a whole lot. A 50-50 distribution would be good enough. For Kelantan its tough but I hope BN get some seats.

For all others states especially johor. no need to say la.
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  #9 Old 03-03-2004 Default

Since BN govt. has some kind of totalitarian policy, I would be surprised if they dont win 100%.
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Since BN govt. has some kind of totalitarian policy, I would be surprised if they dont win 100%.
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