GE15: BN component parties gather at WTCKL for GE15 results viewing -
KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 19): The results of the 15th general election (GE15) will be known later on Saturday (Nov 19) night. Follow our live blog as The Edge Malaysia team brings you the news as it takes place.7.44pm: Unofficial MyUndi results show MCA's Wee leads in Ayer HitamUnofficial results indicate that MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong, who is contesting on a BN ticket, is leading the three-way race for the Ayer Hitam parliamentary seat with 7,102
Supporters and Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition members have gathered at the World Trade Centre Kuala Lumpur (previously known as Putra World Trade Centre), where the BN headquarters is located, ahead of the GE15 results viewing session on Saturday (Nov 19) night.This means that after midnight, all activities of appealing for votes are disallowed, especially on polling day tomorrow, in 222 parliamentary seats and in 59 state seats in Perak, Pahang (42) and Perlis (15) as well as in the Bugaya state seat in Sabah.With her house still inundated, Fazilah Othman’s family decided to stay on at the PPS.KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 19): The Perikatan Nasional (PN) candidate for the Tioman state seat for the 15the general election (GE15) Md Yunus Ramli died at 3.
In the last GE14 in 2018, the Dewan Tun Hussein Onn in PWTC was pretty much left deserted by BN supporters halfway through the results viewing session, when it became apparent that the incumbent was being ousted from Putrajaya by Pakatan Harapan (PH) — the first time in BN's history.BN won just 79 parliament seats on GE14, down from 133 in GE13.Karupaiya.Following a series of party-hopping when it was the opposition, it was left with 43 seats (excluding one vacant seat due to the passing of Gerik MP Datuk Hasbullah Osman) by the time the Parliament was dissolved on Oct 10 this year.It feels a bit strange but what can we do, we still can't go home," she told Bernama here Friday (Nov 18).Since GE14, BN has won several by-elections, including the Tanjung Piai by-election in Johor which saw MCA retaking the seat from Bersatu.Karupaiya was set to defend the seat in a six-cornered clash against Hamzah Abd Rahman (Pejuang-Putra), Datuk C.Its last election tally was in the Johor state election in March 2022, where it won 40 of 52 seats amid a voter turnout of 54.In GE15, the Tioman state seat witnessed a five-cornered clash among Yunus, Sulaiman Bakar (Independent), Osman A Bakar (Pejuang), Mohd Fadzli Mohd Ramly (Pakatan Harapan), and Datuk Seri Mohd Johari Hussain (Barisan Nasional).
92%.According to the EC's previous statement, the commission would enforce subsection 26 (1) of the Election Offences Act 1954, which prohibits holding, calling or arranging any form of meeting, gathering, show, entertainment or giving public speeches.Another evacuee, Selamah Isa, 93, was grateful to have been evacuated to the PPS by the authorities because her house is in a low-lying area.In its bid to reclaim Putrajaya, BN — led by its chairman and former deputy prime minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi — is contesting 179 parliament seats in GE15, down from all 222 seats in GE14 in 2018.It did not contest all 31 seats in Sarawak and contested just 13 out of 25 seats in Sabah.This GE made history when a total of 945 candidates from various parties were confirmed eligible to contest for 222 parliamentary seats nationwide, the highest in the country’s election history.As of 4pm on Saturday, the GE15 voter turnout is at 70% or 14.At the school, some 40 members of agencies such as the Fire and Rescue Department (JBPM), Civil Defence Force (APM), Social Welfare Department (JKM) and the Malaysia Volunteers Corps (Rela) were tidying up the premises to be used as a voting centre tomorrow.82 million out of the 21.Meanwhile, as of Thursday (Nov 17), the police have issued a total of 2,148 ceramah (political talks) permits nationwide throughout the campaigning period for GE15.
17 million registered voters, according to the Election Commission (EC).Polling officially ended at 5.In addition, police also opened 20 investigation papers nationwide, namely four each in Selangor and Kuala Lumpur, followed by three in Sarawak, two in Sabah and one each in Kedah, Perak, Melaka, Pahang, Negeri Sembilan, Kelantan, and Terengganu, for sedition, criminal threats, and damaging flags and banners belonging to contesting parties and candidates.30pm in Sabah and Sarawak and 6pm in Peninsular Malaysia.More to come.1 million eligible voters, compared with 14.
GE15: 14-DAY campaigning period will end at 11.59 on Nov 18KUALA LUMPUR: The 14-day campaigning period for the 15th General Election (GE15), which began on Nov 5, will end at 11.59 on Friday (Nov 18 ) night.
GE15: Flood evacuees to vote at relief centres with 'overlapping functions' on Nov 19PASIR MAS: With Kampung Kubang Kual here still flooded, the more than 100 evacuees housed at the temporary evacuation centre (PPS) at SK Kubang Kual in Rantau Panjang can also vote at the same venue on polling day for the 15th General Election (GE15).
PN's GE15 Tioman candidate passes awayKUALA LUMPUR (Nov 19): The Perikatan Nasional (PN) candidate for the Tioman state seat for the 15the general election (GE15) Md Yunus Ramli died at 3.30am on Saturday at Rompin Hospital in Pahang.His death was confirmed by Central PAS Committee member Wan Rohimi Wan Daud with Bernama.Md Yunus, 61, from PAS, previously contested in the same seat in GE14 and served as Sungai Puteri PAS branch chief.Saturday is voting day for GE15.In GE15, the Tioman state seat witnessed a
EC urges voters to check recommended voting timesKUALA LUMPUR (Nov 18): Ahead of polling for the 15th general election (GE15), the Election Commission (EC) advises voters to go to the polls according to the proposed times, as noted on the MySPR Semak application.EC secretary Datuk Indera Ikmalrudin Ishak said 20,853,681 voters are eligible to cast their ballots in GE15 and the Bugaya state by-election in Sabah on Saturday (Nov 19).He said EC hopes all voters would do their duty by going out to vote.Ikmalrudin said if voters
Public need not worry about going out to vote, says IGPKUALA LUMPUR (Nov 18): Members of the public need not worry about going out to fulfil their responsibility as voters in Saturday (Nov 19)’s 15th general election (GE15), said Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani.He said this is because the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) has deployed 80,000 personnel, in addition to mobilising all “elements” to ensure public safety and order, especially from polling day until after GE15.“Stern action will be taken against any party trying to threaten
GE15: [LIVE UPDATES] As It Unfolds | TRPGE15 Perikatan Nasional candidate for the Tioman seat passed away at 3.30am. More here: