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.
An opinion survey conducted among voters in Peninsular Malaysia found that the prime minister’s approval rating has remained stable in positive territory, at 64% in June 2012 compared to 65% in May 2012.
69% of Malaysians said that they were satisfied with Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak’s performance in this survey which is slightly lower compared to 72% recorded in May 2010.
“An Introduction to Conceptual Planning” by Dr. Pimrapaat Dusadeeisariyakul, FNF Malaysia project manager. Overview of FNF Malaysia programmes and activities “Political Parties and Democratic Development” by Dr. Rainer Adam, FNF Regional Director for Southeast & East Asia.
“An Introduction to Conceptual Planning” by Dr. Pimrapaat Dusadeeisariyakul, FNF Malaysia project manager. “Campaigning for Political Success” by Free Democratic Party of Germany’s Department of Strategy and Campaigns Constitutional Ways To Finance Political Parties
“Is the Global Crisis a Liberal Crisis?” by Dr. Felipe Medalla (September 2009) “Acquisition of Property in the Philippines: Problems, Issues and Possible Solutions” by Dr. Arturo G. Corpuz (September 2009). Property and Political Philosophy” by Dr. Emmanuel de Dios (September 2009)
Presentations “The Fall of the Berlin Wall 20 Years On: Implications for German Foreign Policy in Light of the Recent Election Results” by Dr. Rainer Adam, FNF regional director for Southeast & East Asia. “A Review of German Election 2009″ by FNF Indonesia Project Director Rainer Heufers “Reflections of a Former Marxist on Property and [...]