Tengku Razaleigh confident of garnering enough nominations – New Straits Times

Tengku Razaleigh confident of garnering enough nominations
New Straits Times, Malaysia – 2 hours ago
Tengku Razaleigh more popularly known as Ku Li went for the post in 1987 but lost to incumbent Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad by a slim 43 votes.

Malaysia currency peg talk reflects political woes – guardian.co.uk

Malaysia currency peg talk reflects political woes
guardian.co.uk, UK – 8 hours ago
The proposal was made at the weekend by former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, an opponent of current incumbent Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

If only, what spoken is preached – Malaysia Star

If only, what spoken is preached
Malaysia Star, Malaysia – 7 hours ago
Dr Mahathir said it was difficult to check corruption when givers and takers did not admit to committing such acts. Well said, Mahathir.

Floating exchange rate provides flexibility – New Straits Times

Floating exchange rate provides flexibility
New Straits Times, Malaysia – 3 hours ago
market,” she said when responding to questions on a suggestion by former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad that the Malaysian currency’s exchange

Let Branch Or Division Decide On Dr Mahathir's Membership, Says … – Bernama


Radio Australia
Let Branch Or Division Decide On Dr Mahathir's Membership, Says
Bernama, Malaysia – Sep 17, 2008
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 17 (Bernama) — Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad's application to rejoin Umno should be decided by the branch or division the former premier
Ex-Malaysian PM Mahathir to rejoin UMNO Reuters India
Dad Decided To Rejoin Umno After Being Persuaded, Says Mukhriz Bernama
Consolidation Process Taking Shape In Umno Bernama
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