CAMERON POLLS | Umno acting president Mohamad Hasan's name crops up as a potential candidate.
UPDATED 4.23PM | CAMERON POLLS | He also says that BN's chances of retaining the seat are better if it fields an Umno candidate.
CAMERON POLLS | The announcement will be made at the Seri Pacific Hotel, next to Umno's HQ.
Setback for the country's ruling party in elections watched by China.
Local dailies predict the finance minister as the frontrunner.
Meanwhile, support for former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva remains stagnant.
UPDATED 6.15PM | PD POLLS | Umno does not wish to participate in a by-election engineered to fulfil the 'personal ambitions' of an individual, says Zahid.
The social media company will partner with two US non-profits to fight global misinformation that might influence elections.
Wan Saiful believes the current first-past-the-post system causes smaller parties to lose out.
COMMENT | Where does the Election Reform Committee stand in the big picture of reform?
UPDATED 6.44PM | Harapan senator Mohd Nor Monutty suggests changes to the senatorship terms.
MPs Wong Chen and Charles Santiago said they were embarrassed by Md Yusop's assessment.
Beijing has learnt its lesson from BN's surprise defeat in GE14, says an analyst.
Poor results can weaken her authority over ongoing Brexit talks.
GE14 | It cites ROS's press conference announcing Bersatu’s provisional dissolution before the matter was heard in court.
LETTER | EC and ROS do not serve the personal interests of the man at the helm or of the outfit that he leads.
SPECIAL REPORT | For M'sia's transgender community, showing ICs at polling stations is a difficult risk to take.
Ambiga says many believe their vote is not secret and therefore were not able to vote freely.
The three incumbent vice-presidents are being challenged by sec-gen Takiyuddin and info chief Nasrudin.
He has secured 42.57pct of the votes, just ahead of former minister Anies Baswedan in second place with 40.23pct.
Pakatan Harapan will, however, accept the analyses at face value and try to make improvements, says the coalition's sec-gen Saifuddin Abdullah.
YOURSAY | ‘This is like ancient warfare, cutting off the food supply to the enemy’s camp.’
Researcher says opposition parties need to present themselves as a government-in-waiting, rather than just the opposition.
COMMENT | What we need now is other tactics and strategies that we have not attempted.