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Umno: Who will be pulling the strings? – AsiaOne


Straits Times

Umno: Who will be pulling the strings?
AsiaOne, Singapore
By Tan May Ping THE most powerful party in Malaysia, Umno, is having its internal elections to select office bearers from Tuesday. Racked by corruption charges, infighting and a falling voter base, it is looking to renew itself in the week-long general
Umno has served nation well… and will continue to do so New Straits Times
Umno’s future in the balance Malaysia Star
Umno Supreme Council Members Must Be Capable To Assist Najib Bernama
New Straits Times – Bernama
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De-politicise UMNO Deputy Presidency: Division Chief – Sin Chew Jit Poh

De-politicise UMNO Deputy Presidency: Division Chief
Sin Chew Jit Poh, Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR: The post of UMNO deputy president should be de-politicised so that it would no longer be perceived as a platform to gain the country's top premiership, an UMNO division leader said. Pulai UMNO division chief Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed said

Umno Election System Must Be Credible – Shahrir – Bernama

Umno Election System Must Be Credible – Shahrir
Bernama, Malaysia
JOHOR BAHARU, March 21 (Bernama) — The Umno management has to improve its election system so that the decisions made are credible and cannot be disputed by members. "The management committee, supreme council committee, disciplinary board and the
Shahrir: Umno must change to improve credibility Malaysia Star
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Sending out confusing signals – Malaysia Star


Malaysia Star

Sending out confusing signals
Malaysia Star, Malaysia
BY SHAHANAAZ HABIB The Umno disciplinary board’s decision to act against some has met with both praise and condemnation. The timing and perceived double standards are among the topics much discussed among members. FORMER minister and ex-Umno supreme
Politics in the blood of Pasir Salak family Malaysia Star
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Veteran who wants to help – Malaysia Star


Malaysia Star

Veteran who wants to help
Malaysia Star, Malaysia
By ROYCE CHEAH Despite his long years in Umno, Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar only seeks a vice-presidency. What’s more important than a higher post, he says, is being able to help bring the party back to health. HAVING been in Umno for more than 40 years
Ali accepts verdict with 'open heart' New Straits Times
Umno panel's decision to reject appeal is final Malaysia Star
Ali Rustam accepts party ruling Malaysia Star
Malaysia Star – Malaysia Star
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Umno Delegates Need To Think Far Ahead When Choosing Leaders – Bernama

Umno Delegates Need To Think Far Ahead When Choosing Leaders
Bernama, Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR, March 21 (Bernama) — In all actuality, the 2500 delegates for this year's UMNO General Assembly face two fundamental options when deciding who should hold key positions in the party — one, to pick those who can be of service to UMNO and
To serve all, without exception New Straits Times
Umno's Struggle Should Benefit Future Generation – Razali Bernama
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Veteran: Cure the ills of Umno – Malaysia Star


Malaysia Star

Veteran: Cure the ills of Umno
Malaysia Star, Malaysia
“In Umno nobody likes to listen to the views of old people. Elders are not needed, veterans tak pakai (not used). This is one of the penyakit (ills) of the party,” he confided. “Another penyakit of Umno is leaders are always fighting one another.

Umno Needs 'Meiji Restoration' To Regain Strength – Muhammad – Bernama

Umno Needs 'Meiji Restoration' To Regain Strength – Muhammad
Bernama, Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR, March 21 (Bernama) — Rural and Regional Minister Tan Sri Muhammad Muhd Taib, one of the candidates for the Umno deputy president's post in party's elections on March 26, spoke to Bernama in which he shared his views on various matters
Mat Taib lists his feats when told of poor English fluency Malaysia Star
'I can speak in English,' says Muhammad Taib Malaysia Star
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March 22, 2009 - Posted by | News

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