How should we judge a government?

In Malaysia, if you don't watch television or read newspapers, you are uninformed; but if you do, you are misinformed!

"If you're not careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed, and loving the people who are doing the oppressing." - Malcolm X

Never argue with stupid people, they will drag you down to their level and then beat you with experience - Mark Twain

Why we should be against censorship in a court of law: Publicity is the very soul of justice … it keeps the judge himself, while trying, under trial. - Jeremy Bentham

"Our government is like a baby's alimentary canal, with a happy appetite at one end and no
responsibility at the other. " - Ronald Reagan

Government fed by the people

Government fed by the people

Career options

Career options
I suggest government... because nobody has ever been caught.

Corruption so prevalent it affects English language?

Corruption so prevalent it affects English language?
Corruption is so prevalent it affects English language?

When there's too much dirt...

When there's too much dirt...
We need better tools... to cover up mega corruptions.

Prevent bullying now!

Prevent bullying now!
If you're not going to speak up, how is the world supposed to know you exist? “Orang boleh pandai setinggi langit, tapi selama ia tidak menulis, ia akan hilang di dalam masyarakat dan dari sejarah.” - Ananta Prameodya Toer (Your intellect may soar to the sky but if you do not write, you will be lost from society and to history.)

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Contests in this coming GE which interest me (updated)

'Getting it done is better than getting it perfect' comes to mind. I think this list (with limitations) might interest some people until nomination day. Before nomination day, information is incomplete and there will be last-minute changes. In some cases, I have assumed the incumbents standing in same constituencies as before. Already, Ku Nan is said to be dropping out of Putrajaya. Anyway, these are my favourites to watch (not in order of interest, but in order of P  reference:


P 003 Arau: Shahidan Kassim (Umno) vs Haron Din (PAS)

P 009 Alor Setar: BN's Chor Chee Heung vs PKR's Gooi Hsiao Leung vs BERJASA's Abdul Fisol Mohd Isa vs MUPP's  Jawahar Raja Abdul Wahid
P 017 Padang Serai: BN's Heng Seai Kie vs PKR's N Surendran K Nagarajan vs BERJASA's Hamidi Abu Hassan vs IND Othman Wawi vs IND Gobalakrishnan Nagapan
P 018 Kulim/B.Bharu: BN's Abdul Aziz Sheikh Fadzir vs PKR's Saifuddin Nasution Ismail
If I remember correctly, Abdul Aziz Sheikh Fadzir threatened to burn down SCCC building in KL before .

N06. Chempaka : Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat vs BN's Wan Razman Wan Abd Razak
P 022 Pasir Mas: IND Ibrahim Ali (incumbent) vs PAS's Nik Mohd Abduh Nik Mat (Nik Aziz's son)
Ferdtan: 'If I remember correctly this is the first time in the history of BN (or Alliance in the past) that a chosen BN candidate withdraws his or her candidacy on nomination day - for whatever reasons.
So we would like to ask all the Indians who believe in Hindraf and its chief, P Waythamoorthy, can you still believe Najib for his promises?
See how he cheated the people with such a farce of indirectly supporting a known racist by pulling out the BN candidate to ensure a win for Ibrahim Ali?'
There is no doubt now that Perkasa is sponsored by Umno (besides Dr Mahathir as patron), when a BN Umno candidate actually opted out of nomination to make way for Ibrahim Ali, practically ensuring a win for him. Under normal circumstances, Ibrahim Ali (being dropped) could only stand as an additional candidate. But this is unprecedented and actually mocks all fair-minded people, especially those victims of his racist insults.
P 032 Gua Musang: BN's Tengku Razaleigh vs PAS's Wan Abdul Rahim Abdullah

P 037 Marang: PAS's Abdul Hadi Awang vs BN's Yahya Khatib

P 041 Kepala Batas: BN's Reezal Merican Naina Merican vs PAS's Afnan Hamimi Taib Azamudden
P 043 Bagan: DAP's Lim Guan Eng vs BN's Chua Teik Siang
N 16 Perai: DAP's Dr P.Ramasamy Palanisam vs BN's Krishnan Letchumanan vs IND Muhammad Ridhwan Sulaiman
N 23 Air Putih: DAP's Lim Guan Eng vs BN's Tan Ken Keong
P 044 Permatang Pauh: PKR's Anwar Ibrahim vs BN's Dr Mazlan Ismail
P 046 Batu Kawan: DAP's P Kasthuriraani  vs BN Gerakan's N Gobalakrishnan
Bukit Tengah: PKR's Ong Chin Wen vs BN Gerakan's Teng Chang Yeow
P 048 Bukit Bendera: DAP's Zairil Khir Johari vs BN's Teh Leong Meng
P 050 Jelutong: DAP's Jeff Ooi Chuan Aun vs BN's Ng Fook On
P 051 Bukit Gelugor: DAP's Karpal Singh vs BN's Teh Beng Yeam
N 26 Padang Kota: DAP's Chow Kon Yeow vs BN's Oh Tong Keong
N 29 Datok Keramat: DAP's Jagdeep Singh Deo vs BN's Ong Thean Lye
There is speculation that if Pakatan were to win at federal level and Penang, Chow Kon Yeow will be the new Chief Minister.


Perak state deserves my special attention simply because of the power grab engineered by Najib soon after assuming control of Umno Perak in 2009. 
Briefly, with the benefit of hindsight, it was proven beyond doubt that Nasaruddin pretended to join PKR amid much fanfare and rejoice by Pakatan folks. Soon after, he jumped out to rejoin BN. Two PKR ADUNs (Behrang and Changkat Jering) who faced criminal charges, and a DAP ADUN, Hee Yit Foong, were tempted (the former by promise of dropping of charges and the latter by a large sum of money) to tip the balance at the State Assembly. It was not smooth sailing and involved long drawn litigation and the infamous locked-in after dragging out of a sitting Speaker of the state assembly.
The sentiments then was such that had the Sultan of Perak dissolved the state assembly, Pakatan Rakyat would win easily. Even a retired senior judge, NH Chan came out to voice his legal opinions critising the court decision in favour of BN, something unheard of before. A local tycoon, Koon Yew Yin wrote a cheque to DAP for Rm200,000 to help in funding legal fees and expenses. Later, he even gave Rm100,000 to PAS. In the past, such perceived unfair legal judgments were never openly voiced out by people who have retired, to avoid any problems from the authorities. These two distinguished gentlemen represent the feelings of the majority of the Perakians. Many could not wait for the GE to show their displeasure. Perhaps, this could be one of the reasons why PM Najib delayed his decision to dissolve Parliament until it became almost automatic by reason of its expiry.
Now that GE is fixed for May 5, Perakians await the day when they can prove to the powers that be that they have not forgotten nor forgiven Najib for his heinous act.

P 059 Bukit Gantang:  PAS's Idris Ahmad vs BN's Ismail Safian
N 14 Changkat Jering: PAS's Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin vs BN's Rosli Husin vs IND Zulkefli Ibrahim
N 15 Trong: Dr. Zabri Abd. Wahid (BN) vs Norazli Musa (PAS)
P 060 Taiping: DAP's Nga Kor Ming vs BN's Tan Lian Hoe
N 16 Kamunting: Mohammad Zahir Abdul Khalid (BN) vs Mohd Fakhrudin Abdul Aziz (PAS)
N 17 Pokok Assam: Ho Cheng Wang (BN) vs Teh Kok Lim (DAP) vs Mohd Yusoff Abdul Hamid (Ind)
N 18 Aulong: Leow Thye Yih (DAP) vs Soo Key Ping (BN) vs Yew Tian Hoe (Ind)
P 061 Padang Rengas: BN's Mohamed Nazri Abd Aziz vs PKR's Meor Ahmad
N  19 Chenderoh: Zainun Mat Nor (BN) vs Mohamad Azalan Mohamad Radzi (PAS)
N20 Lubok Merbau: Siti Salmah Mat Jusak (BN) vs Mohd Zainudin Mohd Yusof (PAS)
P 062 Sungai Siput: PSM's Dr Michael Jayakumar Devaraj (incumbent) vs BN's Devamany S. Krishnasamy vs IND Nagalingam Singaravelloo
N 21 Lintang: Mohd Zolkafly Harun (BN) vs Ahmad Mazlan Othman (PAS)
N 22 Jalong: Loh Sze Yee (DAP) vs Liew Yew Aw (BN) vs S. Kalimuthu (Ind)
P 063 Tambun: Ahmad Husni Mohamad Hanadzlah (BN) vs Siti Aishah Shaik Ahmad (PKR)
N 23 Manjoi: Asmuni Awi (PAS) vs Mohamad Ziad Mohd Zainal (BN)
N 24 Hulu Kinta: M.A Tinagaran A/l Arumugam (PKR) vs  Aminuddin Hanafiah (BN)  vs Sulaiman           Zakariya (Ind)
P 064 Ipoh Timur: DAP's Thomas Su vs BN's Kathleen Wong Mei Yin
N 25 Canning: DAP's Wong Kah Woh vs BN's Ceylyn Tay Wei Lung
N 26 Tebing Tinggi: DAP's Ong Boon Piow vs BN's Khoo Boon Chuan
N 27 Pasir Pinji: DAP's Lee Chuan How vs BN's Thong Fah Chong
P 065 Ipoh Barat: DAP's  M Kulasegaran vs BN's Dr Cheng Wei Yee vs IND Kalwant Singh Sujan Singh
N 28 Bercham: DAP's Cheong Chee Khing vs BN's Lim Huey Shan vs IND Kalimuthu Ranggayah
N 29 Kepayang: DAP's Nga Kor Ming vs BN's Chang Kok Aun
N30 Buntong: S. Sivasubramaniam (DAP) vs C. Sivaraj (BN) vs Iruthiyam Sebastiar Anthonisamy (Ind) vs Mohd Basri Bin Shafie (Ind)
P 066 Batu Gajah: DAP's V Sivakumar vs BN's Loo Thin Tuck
N 31 Jelapang: DAP's Teh Hock Ke vs BN's Mokan a/l Subramaniam vs PSM's Sarasvathy Muthu
N 32 Menglembu: DAP's  Lim Pek Har vs BN's Loo Gar Yen
N 33 Tronoh: DAP's Paul Yong Choo Kiong vs BN's Yip Sze Choy
P 067 Kuala Kangsar: Wan Mohd Khai-ril (BN) vs Khalil Idham Lim Abdullah (Pas) vs Kamila Ibrahim (Ind)
N 34 Bukit Chandan: Maslin Sham Razman (BN) vs Fathmawaty Salim (PKR) vs Jahiddin Isa (Ind)
N 35 Manong: Mohamad Kamil Shafie (BN) vs  Jamil Dzulkarnain (PAS)
P 068 Beruas: DAP's Ngeh Koo Ham vs BN's Chang Ko Youn
N 36 Pengkalan Baharu: Khairuddin Abd Malik (PAS) vs Abd Manaf Hashim (BN) vs Ahmad Nizam Ibrahim (Ind)
N 37 Pantai Remis: Wong May Ing (DAP) vs Koh Ser Yun (BN)
P 069 Parit:  Mohd Zaim Abu Hasan (BN) vs Muhammad Ismi Mat Taib (PAS)
N 38 Belanja: Dr Najihatussalehah Ahmad (PAS) vs Mohd Nizar Zakaria (BN)
N 39 Bota: BN's Nasharuddin Hashim vs PKR's Zulkifli Ibrahim
P 070 Kampar: BN's Lee Chee Leong vs DAP's Ko Chung Sen
N 40  Malim Nawar DAP's Leong Cheok Keng vs BN's Chang Gwo Chyang
N 41 Keranji: Chen Fook Chye (DAP) vs Daniel Wa Wai How (BN)
N 42 Tualang Sekah: Baldip Singh Santokh Singh (PKR)vs Nolee Ashilin Mohammed Radzi (BN) vs Syed     Mohamed Syed Ali (Ind)
P 071 Gopeng: PKR's Dr Lee Boon Chye vs BN's Tan Chin Meng
N 43 Sungai Rapat: BN's Hamidah Osman vs PAS's Radzi Zainon vs IND Mior Azman Aminuddin Mior Aris
N 44 Simpang Pulai: Tan Kar Hing (PKR) vs Datuk Chang Kon You (BN)
N 45 Teja: Chang Lih Kang (PKR) vs Yew Sau Kham (BN)
P 072 Tapah: M. Saravanan (BN) vs Vasantha Kumar Krishnan (PKR) vs Shaharuzzaman Bistamam (Berjasa) vs Ridzuan Bani (Ind)
N 46 Chenderiang: BN's Dr Mah Hang Soon vs PKR's Amani Williams-Hunt Abdullah
N 47 Ayer Kuning: Samsudin Abu Hassan (BN) vs Ahmad Razi Othman (PAS) vs M. Kathiravan (Ind)
P 073 Pasir Salak: Mustaffa Kamil Ayub (PKR) vs Tajuddin Abdul Rahman (BN)
N 48 Sungai Manik: Osman Abdul Rahman (PKR) vs Zainol Fadzi Paharudin (BN)
N 49 Kampong Gajah: Dr Ishak Saari (PAS) vs Abdullah Fauzi Ahmad Razali (BN)
P 074 Lumut: BN's Kong Cho Ha vs First Admiral (Rtd) Mohamad Imran Abd Hamid (PKR)
N 50 Sitiawan: Ngeh Koo Ham (DAP) vs Ting Tai Fook (BN)
N 51 Pasir Panjang: Rohawati Abidin (PAS) vs Rashidi Ibrahim (BN) vs S. Vijayan (Ind)
N 52 Pangkor: Dr Zambry Abd Kadir (BN) vs Mohd Saifullah Mohd Zulkifli (PKR) vs Benard Parenpa (Ind)
P 075 Bagan Datoh: BN's Ahmad Zahid Hamidi vs PKR's Mahdi Hassan
N53 Rungkup:  Shahrul Zaman Yahya (BN) vs Mohd Misbahul Munir Masduki (PAS)
N54 Hutan Melintang: R. Supramaniam (BN) vs S. Kesavan (PKR) vs Azahari Abdullah (Berjasa)  vs Mat Sidi Hashim (Ind)
P 076 Teluk Intan: BN's Mah Siew Keong vs DAP's Seah Leong Peng vs IND Moralingam Kannan
N 55 Pasir Bedamar: DAP's Terence Naidu vs BN PPP's M Kayveas
N 56 Changkat Jong: Mohd Azhar Jamaluddin (BN) vs Mohd Anuar Sudin (PAS) vs K. Suppan (Ind)
Zainudin (Ind) vs  S. Ramnaidu (Ind)
P 077 Tanjung Malim: BN's Ong Ka Chuan vs PKR's Tan Yee Kew
N 57 Sungkai: A. Sivanesan (DAP) vs  Goh Kim Swee (BN)
N 58 Slim: Mohd Khusairy Abdul Talib (BN) vs Aminuddin Zulkipli (PAS) vs R. Mosses (Ind)
N 59 Behrang: BN's Rusnah Kassim vs PKR's Abdul Hadi Abdul Khatab vs IND Kamal Badri Tak M. Zainudin vs IND Ramnaidu Suridemudu
All three former Pakatan Rakyat state assemblypersons - Hee Yit Foong (Jelapang), Jamaluddin Mohd Radzi (Behrang) and Mohd Osman Mohd Jailu (Changkat Jering) - are not on the BN list, despite their 'important contributions' to Perak BN.
BN's Nasharuddin Hashim (Bota) baited PKR by joining them only to jump out soon after, which started the other cross-overs: one with lots of money while the other two somehow escaped earlier criminal charges.
Ex-MB Tajol Rosli (Pengkalan Hulu) and Ex-Minister Rafidah Aziz are not contesting in this GE.


P 078 - Cameron Highlands: Palanivel Govindasamy (BN ) vs M. Manogaran (DAP) vs Mohd Shokri Mahmood (BERJASA) vs Alagu Thangarajoo (IND) vs Kisho Kumar A/L Katirvelo(IND)
N 01 Tanah Rata: Gerakan's Ho Yip Kap vs DAP's Leong Ngah Ngah vs IND Dr Cheam May Choo.
N 02  Jelai : BN Umno's Wan Rosdy Wan Ismail vs Pas's Abdul Karim Nor vs Alagu.
P 079 - Lipis: Abdul Rahman Mohamad (BN - UMNO) vs Mohd Mahyudin Ghazal (PAS) vs Aishaton Abu Bakar (IND)
P 080 Raub: BN's Hoh Khai Mun vs DAP's Mohd Ariff Sabri Abdul Aziz
P 083 Kuantan:  PKR's Fuziah Salleh vs BN's Mohamad Suffian Awang
P 085 Pekan: BN's Najib Tun Razak vs PKR's Mohd Fariz Musa
P 089 Bentong:  MCA's Liow Tiong Lai (incumbent) vs DAP's Wong Tack
P 091 Rompin:: Jamaludin Jarjis (BN - UMNO) vs Nuridah Mohd Salleh (PAS)
Kuantan will see a contest which will reflect on the people's wish whether they are really in favour of Lynas factory or not.

P 094 Hulu Selangor: BN's P Kamalanathan vs PKR's Khalid Jaafar vs IND Santhara Kumar Ramnaidu vs IND Santhara Kumar Ramnaidu
P 095 Tanjong Karang: BN's Noh Omar vs PAS's Mohamad Rashdi Deraman vs IND Radzali Mokhtar vs IND Masrun Tamsi
P 097 Selayang: PKR's William Leong Jee Keen vs BN's Donald Lim Siang Chai vs BERJASA's Mohd Hazizi Abd Rahman
P 098 Gombak: PKR's Azmin Ali vs BN's Dr Rahman Ismail vs IND Said Nazar Abu Bakar
P 100 Pandan: MCA's Lim Chin Yee vs PKR's Mohd Rafizi Ramli vs IND Tan Yew Leng
N 22 Teratai: DAP's Tiew Way Keng vs BN's Liew Pok Boon vs IND Lee Ying Ha vs IND Chin Kok Keong vs IND Lim Ah Chai
P 102 Serdang: DAP's Dr Ong Kian Ming vs BN's Yap Pian Hon
N 28 Sri Kembangan: DAP's Ean Yong Hian Wah vs BN Chin Toong Kang
P 103 Puchong: DAP's Gobind Singh Deo vs BN Gerakan's  A Kohilan Pillay
N 30 Kinrara: DAP's Ng Sze Han vs BN's Wong Hock Aun
P 104 Kelana Jaya: DAP's Wong Chen vs BN MCA's Loh Seng Kok vs IND Ton Sin Wah
N 31 Subang Jaya: DAP's Yeoh Tseow Suan vs BN's Gan Meng Foo
N 32 Seri Setia: PKR's Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad vs BN's Abdul Halim Samad
P 105 Petaling Jaya Selatan: PKR's Hee Loy Sian vs BN MCA's Seah Kok Fah vs IND Ibrahim Khatib
P 106 Petaling Jaya Utara: DAP's Tony Pua Kiam Wee vs BN MCA's Chew Hoong Ling
P 107 Subang: PKR's Sivarasa Rasiah vs BN's Pakas Rao Applanaidoo vs BERJASA's Mohamad Ismail vs IND Edros Abdullah vs IND Nazaruddin Mohamed Ferdoos
N 37 Bukit Lanjan: PKR's Wong Keat Ping vs BN's Chong Tuck Chiew
P 108 Shah Alam: PAS's Khalid Samad vs BN's Zulkifli Nordin
P 110 Klang: DAP's Charles Santiago vs BN MCA's Teh Kim Poo
N 44 Sungai Pinang: DAP's Teng Chang Khim vs BN's Lee Siew Chee
N 46 Pelabuhan Kelang: PKR's Khalid Ibrahim vs BN's Nasaruddin M Zin
N  47 Pandamaran: DAP's Eric Tan Pok Shyong vs BN's Ching Eu Boon vs Hamzah Lamin vs Deliganu
N 48 Kota Alam Shah: DAP's Ganabatirau Veraman vs BN's Maglin D'cruz vs Loo Hok Chai vs LP Selvam
P 113 Sepang: BN's Mohd Zin Mohamed vs vs PAS's Mohamed Hanipa Maidin vs IND Hanapiah Mohamad vs IND Suhaimi Mohd Ghazali


P 114 Kepong: DAP's Dr Tan Seng Giaw vs BN's Chandrakumanan Arumugam vs IND Yee Poh Ping
P 115 Batu: PKR's Chua Tian Chang vs BN's Dr Dominic Lau Hoe Chai vs Berjasa's Hashin Karim vs Atan Jasin vs Nazariah Abbas
P 116 Wangsa Maju: BN's Dr Mohd Shafie Abdullah vs PKR's Dr Tan Kee Kwong
P 117 Segambut: DAP's Lim Lip Eng vs BN's Jayanthi Devi Balaguru
P 120 Bukit Bintang: BN's Frankie Gan Joon Zin vs DAP's Fong Kui Lun
P 121 Lembah Pantai: PKR's Nurul Izzah vs BN's Raja Nong Chik vs IND Rusli Baba
P 122 Seputeh: DAP's Teresa Kok Suh Sim vs BN's Nicole Wong Siaw Ting
P 123 Cheras: DAP's Tan Kok Wai vs BN's Teoh Chee Hooi
P 124 Bandar Tun Razak: PKR's Abd. Khalid Ibrahim vs BN's Tan Kok Eng vs IND Mokhtar Salahudin vs IND Mohamad Sukri Abdul Samat

P 125 PUTRAJAYA: BN's Tengku Adnan vs PAS's Husam Musa

P 127 Jempol: BN's Mohd Isa Abdul Samad vs PAS's Wan Aishah Wan Ariffin
P 128 Seremban:  DAP's John Fernandez ? vs BN's Yeoh Chai Thiam
P 130 Rasah: DAP's Anthony Loke Siew Fook vs BN's Teo Eng Kai
P 131 Rembau: BN's Khairy Jamaluddin vs PKR's Radzali A Ghani vs IND Abdul Aziz Hassan

P 137 Bukit Katil: BN's Mohd Ali Rustam vs PKR's Shamsul Iskandar Mohd Akin
P 138 Kota Melaka: DAP's Sim Tong Him vs Dr Yee Kok Wah
Sim Tong Him is also standing as an Independent candidate in state seat of Kota Laksamana, and faces the sack, which might cost DAP a parliamentary seat if he wins in Kota Melaka. Update: Sim has withdrawn from Kota Laksamana..

P 140 Segamat: BN's Dr S Subramaniam vs PKR's Chua Jui Meng
N 02 Jementah: BN's Lee Hong Tee vs DAP's Tan Cheng Choon (husband of Fong Po Kuan)
P 142 Labis: BN's Chua Tee Yong vs DAP's Ramakrishnan Suppiah
P143 Pagoh: BN's Mahiaddin Md Yassin vs PAS's Mohamad Rozali Jamil
I still can't get used to Mahiaddin as Muhyiddin the DPM.
P 152 Kluang: BN's Hou Kok Chung vs DAP's Liew Chin Tong
A teacher versus pupil battle is shaping up in Kluang between Hou Kok Chung, who once taught Liew Chin Tong (left) during the early 2000s at New Era College. Hou, an academician-turned-politician, is a local boy while Liew, a well-read policy expert, is from Selangor but who won a parliamentary seat in Penang in 2008.

P153 - Sembrong: Hishammuddin Hussein (BN - UMNO) vs Onn Abu Bakar (PKR)
P157 - Pengerang : Tengku Intan Tengku Abdul Hamid (PKR) vs Azalina Othman (BN - UMNO)
Mohd Azaman Johari (IND - IND)
P160 - Johor Bahru : Md Hashim Hussein ( PKR) vs Sharil @ Shahrir Ab Samad (BN - UMNO)
P161 - Pulai : Nur Jazlan Mohamed (BN - UMNO) vs Salahuddin Ayub (PAS)
P 162 Gelang Patah: BN's Abdul Ghani Othman vs DAP's Lim Kit Siang

P 163 Kulai: BN's Teh Chin Hein vs DAP's Teo Nie Ching
P164 - PONTIAN: Ahmad Maslan (BN - UMNO) vs Haniff Hosman (PKR)

N43 - PERMAS: Mohamed Khaled Nordin (BN - UMNO) vs Syed Othman Abdullah (PAS)
N48 - SKUDAI: Boo Cheng Hau (DAP) vs Liang Ah Chy (BN - MCA)
N49 - NUSA JAYA: Salahuddin Ayub (PAS) vs Zaini Abu Bakar (BN - UMNO)
Johor as Umno's fortress state, has been targeted by Pakatan, with the import of heavyweights from PAS like Salahuddin Ayub (tipped to be MB if successful); from DAP, Lim Kit Siang, Liew Chin Tong and Teo Nie Ching; and from PKR, ex-MCA minister, Chua Jui Meng.
Khaled Nordin is tipped to be MB if BN wins again.

P 180 Keningau: PBS's Joseph Pairin Kitingan  (incumbent) vs Star's Jeffrey Gapari Kitingan  vs PKR's Stephen Sandor
For the second time in a row, two brothers will be doing battle in the general election. Joseph Pairin Kitingan and Jeffrey Gapari Kitingan have been on opposing sides of the political divide for close to two decades, culminating in this battle for supremacy over Keningau, which is a Kadazan-majority seat. Stephen Sandor is Sabah PKR information chief and Keningau PKR division chief.

P 195 Bandar Kuching: DAP's Chong Chieng Jen vs SUPP's Tan Kai


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