Just 60 hours ahead of Malaysia’s historic 13th general election, a survey carried among voters in Peninsular Malaysia between April 28th to May 2nd 2013 found that ruling coalition Barisan Nasional and Pakatan Rakyat are almost evenly tied.
Determined to keep Malaysia up-to-date with the 13th General elections, Malaysiakini launches Undi.info – a website which will appeal to even those who are not politically inclined. This is to help voters make informed decisions in the next general elections.
Two decades ago, Malaysian Muslim women who were treated unjustly or discriminated against had no one to turn to. Today, they have found a voice in Sisters in Islam.
Elections are close: for all Malaysians who want to check their voting info and get information on the representatives of their constituency.
A survey carried among voters in Peninsular Malaysia at the end of December 2012 found that the state of the economy along with crime to be the topmost concerns of voters.
Dr. Rainer Adam, Regional Director for Southeast and East Asia of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom, extends his best wishes to friends and partners for the year 2013.
FNF partner Sisters in Islam (SIS) – a leading women’s rights advocacy group that promotes a modern interpretation of Islam, has recently organized a public forum titled: “Equality in the Muslim Marriage – challenges and possibilities”.
Malaysia is ranked 71 out of 144 countries by the 2012 Economic Freedom of the World annual report, moving up seven places compared to last year.