LETTER | By caving in to pressure from extremists, it will only make such people bolder with their divisive agendas.
UPDATED 7PM | Thomas Fann says gov't should have first encouraged discourse and explored different electoral systems.
Lau Weng San proposes pliot projects for local polls in Selangor and Penang within the span of a year.
When the time is right, Khalid Samad believes, no party would have cause to take issue with these elections.
RAs and CSOs from KL, PJ and Penang recommend amending Local Government Act 1976 in the interim.
Bersih lauds proposed move to return mandate to choose council leaders to the people.
UPDATED 9.06PM | Zuraida Kamaruddin believes the communities will make their choice based on merit.
The minister estimates this and local council presidential elections will take place within three years.
COMMENT | A grassroots approach to nominating candidates will create bigger changes in our governance.
The KL-S'gor hawkers association says appointments should follow '1'Msia' spirit.
Amanah chief also disagrees with Mahathir's race-based argument on why local elections should not be restored.
Arutchelvan reminds his 'good friend' of his comments on this matter in the past.
MP SPEAKS | This should be done instead of making Langkawi, Penang and Malacca into FTs.
MTD New Village will hold village chief elections on their own, even without state recognition.
YOURSAY | ‘If the mayors were elected, they would feel the people's pain at the ballot box.’