BARISAN NASIONAL MANIFESTO 2013 PDF

It was founded in the aftermath of the general election and the 13 May riots. Although the Alliance won a majority of seats, it gained less than half the popular vote, and the resulting tension between different communities led to the May 13 riots and the declaration of a state of emergency. In , the Alliance Party was replaced by Barisan Nasional. By , Barisan Nasional had grown to a coalition formed of more than a dozen communal parties.

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Both coalitions released separate election manifestos dealing with issues such as minimum wage, taxation, assistance to small-medium industries , racial relations and financial assistance to the poor.

The indelible ink was mooted for use during the elections in but was scrapped by the Election Commission at the last minute. This was partly in response to protests by election watchdog groups and opposition parties that the previous voting procedures were not transparent and prone to manipulation.

However, these came with conditions, among them being that overseas Malaysians have to have been in Malaysia a number of times in the last five years. Overseas Malaysians residing in Singapore, southern Thailand , Brunei or Kalimantan in Indonesia were also not qualified to register as postal voters but had to return to their constituency if they were to cast their ballots.

Another issue that arose was UMNO endorsing controversial candidates from the Malay right-wing group Perkasa to contest in the upcoming elections such as Zulkifli Noordin and Ibrahim Ali. The Pasir Mas parliamentary seat was the only seat without a BN candidate in this election. PR announced its intention to replace the criticised New Economic Policy which they claim was discriminatory and only benefited certain groups of people, such as UMNO-connected individuals.

Following protests made by local DAP members, it was explained that the election billboards were removed as it depicted a person who was not contesting in the elections. Reject all attempts to introduce a healthcare tax Ensure free healthcare for all Malaysians through government hospitals while incentivising the private sector to provide healthcare services at a reasonable rate Abolish fees for Class 2 and Class 3 wards.

Indian-based party Human Rights Party Malaysia , which was instrumental in organising Indians in protests against the government such as Hindraf rally in , contested in several seats in Peninsular Malaysia.

One of the main issues they brought up was the increasing number of illegals in Sabah and of the Royal Commission of Inquiry on illegal immigrants in Sabah. They have pointed out that the electoral roll was marred by irregularities such as gerrymandering, phantom voters, malapportionment and postal vote fraud.

Bersih has also warned against politicians or groups that support intimidation and violence against the electorate. For the first time in Malaysian electoral history, all seats were contested and no candidate won a seat unopposed, with some candidates facing as many as 6 opponents.

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As GE14 approaches, we find ourselves knee-deep in political gossip and hearsay. Although there are far more promises contained within the manifesto, we selected these based on their relevance and impact towards the livelihoods of the overall Malaysian populace. Reduction of car prices. This was to be done in stages through the National Automotive Policy But according to a report from PaulTan.

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Both coalitions released separate election manifestos dealing with issues such as minimum wage, taxation, assistance to small-medium industries , racial relations and financial assistance to the poor. The indelible ink was mooted for use during the elections in but was scrapped by the Election Commission at the last minute. This was partly in response to protests by election watchdog groups and opposition parties that the previous voting procedures were not transparent and prone to manipulation. However, these came with conditions, among them being that overseas Malaysians have to have been in Malaysia a number of times in the last five years. Overseas Malaysians residing in Singapore, southern Thailand , Brunei or Kalimantan in Indonesia were also not qualified to register as postal voters but had to return to their constituency if they were to cast their ballots. Another issue that arose was UMNO endorsing controversial candidates from the Malay right-wing group Perkasa to contest in the upcoming elections such as Zulkifli Noordin and Ibrahim Ali. The Pasir Mas parliamentary seat was the only seat without a BN candidate in this election.

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Now, if they could nip Abu Sayyaf activities at the bud, we would have a lot safer Malaysia. Naskonal always hear about changes in the teaching syllabus. Well, this is only a suggestion from smartvoter. BN manufesto failed to keep this promise. Go to our Malaysia Manifeato microsite for more stories and analyses. This is the one where they test year-olds barisah Maths and Science. Even so, the peace seems fragile.

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Highlight 14 Manifesto Barisan Nasional Sempena PRU14 2018

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