KUCHING: The Election Commission has been urged to review the standard operating procedures (SOP) for the Sarawak state election. PKR president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim said that although the world was still facing the Covid-19 pandemic, the election process should not be hindered. Anwar said the EC had said that it would study the SOP. However, he said that the study was not published after the Melaka state election, which concluded on Nov 20. "The EC should be proactive and discuss with political party representatives contesting in the state election," he said on Monday (Dec 6). Anwar also claimed the latest SOP was not made based on medical evidence. "Critical discussions on the SOP must be conducted," he said. He also questioned if there would be equal media access for all political parties and candidates. The latest SOP by the EC, among others, allows physical ceramah in 64 seats identified as having poor Internet coverage. Physical ceramah will be held under ... » Learn More about Sarawak Polls: Anwar calls for review of campaign rules
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A picture taken on January 20, 2020 shows the area where violence erupted between Arab nomads and members of the non-Arab Massalit ethnic group in El Geneina, the capital of West Darfur KHARTOUM - Close to 50 people have been killed in the latest outbreak of tribal violence in Sudan's Darfur region, a government official and medics said on Monday. The latest flareup brings to around 100 the number of people killed over about three weeks in Sudan's westernmost region, which has been ravaged by unrest for years. "The violence began with an argument and it spiralled into killing six people on Saturday and then on Sunday more than 40 people were killed," West Darfur governor Khamis Abdallah told AFP. The Doctors' Committee, an independent union, said that 48 people were killed in the Krink area of Darfur by live ammunition. Krink is about 80 kilometres (50 miles) from the state capital El Geneina. Fifty people were killed last month in days of fighting between herders, the UN ... » Learn More about Almost 50 killed in Sudan Darfur tribal clashes: officials
Sudanese demonstrators block a road with bricks and burning tyres during a rally in the capital Khartoum, on December 6, 2021, to protest a deal that saw the prime minister reinstated after his ouster in a military coup in October KHARTOUM - Sudanese police fired tear gas Monday as thousands of protesters rallied against the military-dominated government near the presidential palace in Khartoum, witnesses told AFP. The demonstrators marched from various districts of the capital, many carrying national flags or chanting, "No to military rule" and, "The army might betray you, but the street will never betray you". Protesters, in the latest of many rallies in recent weeks, set up road barricades with rocks and burning car tyres, the black smoke billowing into the sky. Sudan's top general, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, seized power and detained Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok on October 25 but, after international condemnation and mass protests, reinstated him in a deal signed on November ... » Learn More about Sudan police fire tear gas as thousands protest in capital
Myanmar – The Myanmar Court has ruled to sentence the country’s civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi to four years in prison in an initial verdict today, December 6th, on charges of incitement and violating Covid-19 restrictions. The verdict of the Myanmar Court was the first conviction against Aung San Suu Kyi, the former Prime Minister and the leader of the National League for Democracy (NLD) party, after the Myanmar military coup took power from the ruling government on February 1st of this year. Suu Kyi, who has been “detained” by the military for 10 months, was also facing several charges, including corruption, violating Covid-19 pandemic restrictions during the 2020 election campaign, incitement, illegally importing and possessing walkie talkies, and breaking the Official Secrets Act. If she was found guilty in all the cases mentioned, she could be sentenced to more than 100 years in prison. However, the NLD leader has rejected all of the allegations. Although Suu ... » Learn More about Myanmar’s civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi sentenced to four years in prison at court hearing in initial verdict
Inforial (The Jakarta Post) Jakarta ● Mon, December 6, 2021 2021-12-06 16:02 0 637689cdfb31fff4298fa997bd98810e 4 Inforial Free The first training session of the Manchester City Football School at British School Jakarta (MCFS at BSJ), led by head coach Chris McCarthy, was held on Nov. 16-17 during his visit to BSJ. This visit was part of the soccer school’s preparation to open its doors to the public early next year. “We are very pleased to welcome Chris McCarthy to our school and the soccer-loving country of Indonesia. With over 12 years of coaching experience with Manchester City, he will bring a world-class soccer coaching experience to our students and the greater public,” said David Butcher, BSJ principal. The partnership between BSJ and Manchester City was announced in July. During his visit, McCarthy facilitated two training sessions for students enrolled in BSJ’s elementary and secondary schools. According to Keanu, a participant, students ... » Learn More about Manchester City soccer school to open in Indonesia
KUCHING: Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia’s Datuk Ali Biju may face disciplinary action for going against the party’s decision to stay out of the Sarawak state polls. Party information chief Datuk Wan Saiful Wan Jan said disciplinary action may be taken against Ali, who is the incumbent Krian assemblyman, for contesting the seat under as an Independent. Wan Saiful pointed out that according to Bersatu’s constitution, any member who contested in elections without the party’s permission was subject to disciplinary action “including termination of membership”. “These rules apply in Sarawak. The party will make an announcement on the matter,” he said on Facebook on Monday (Dec 6). Ali, the two term assemblyman for Krian is contesting the seat with four other candidates, including Bersatu’s ally from Gabungan Parti Sarawak. On Nov 27, Bersatu president Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin had announced that his party will not be contesting in the Sarawak polls and would instead give their ... » Learn More about Sarawak Polls: Ali Biju may face disciplinary action for contesting Krian seat, says Bersatu info chief
Mueang Chonburi – The Saen Suk police raided a pub in Bang Saen last night (December 5 th ) for allegedly allowing people to drink alcohol and socialize despite strict Covid-19 rules currently in place in the Chonburi province outside the ‘Blue Zone’ area. A team from the Saen Suk police raided the ‘SEWANA PG’ pub in Soi Jari, Saen Suk sub-district. The raid came following a phone call from the Chonburi Provincial Police Commander who reportedly personally spotted the venue opened and called local police to hold the venue responsible. The Chonburi Provincial Police Deputy Commander Colonel Maykawit Praditpon told TPN media, “I was driving nearby when I noticed the nightclub was opened and appeared to be operating normally, which is against disease control orders. I immediately called the Saen Suk Police and demanded they take action.” “Lots of tourists were found drinking alcohol and there was a live music show inside. They used paper cups, however, there was alcohol ... » Learn More about Police in Bang Saen continue raids on venues selling alcohol, district not legally permitted sales yet
Pattaya’s Premiere Christmas Party – Don’t miss out! 24th December 2021! International band and 16 Piece Brass & Strings Rock Orchestra ‘B2F’ are flying in from Holland for a special one-of-a-kind Christmas show, featuring the music of Electric Light Orchestra, Michael Bublé, The Blues Brothers, Elvis, Rock&Roll, Disco Hits, and many more. -=-=-=-=-=-=–==-=–= A show of this size and quality is rarely seen in Pattaya, held at the Royal Cliff Hotel Grand Ballroom, this spectacular event is selling out fast! -=-=-=-=-=–=-=-=- All proceeds go to supporting Rotary Charity efforts around the Pattaya region. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Tickets are 1750 Baht which includes a full buffet dinner and a 5-hour show. Heavily discounted drinks are available and with updated Chonburi alcohol rules and Royal Cliff being fully SHA+ certified alcoholic drinks WILL be available! -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Contact Ray Whitley 064 6244400 or email ... » Learn More about Rotary Club of Jomtien-Pattaya presents Charity Music Festival Number 3, Pattaya’s premier Christmas party-Coming Christmas Eve!
Pattaya, Thailand- Lockdowns have been lifted, Covid has taken a well-earned bare-knuckle fist to the face, and everyone in the Kingdom of Smiles is ready to get out and about and start enjoying life again. And what better way to jump back into the swing of things than to witness some impressive bare-knuckle fighting action with BKFC knockouts, beatdowns, and more. Coming to you on December 18th, 2021, from the beautiful city of Pattaya, Thailand, is BKFC Thailand 1 “The Game Changer” (Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship Thailand-1). Tickets are on sale now at all Thai Ticket Major outlets or by clicking the link: https://www.thaiticketmajor.com/sport/bkfc-thailand-2021.html This epic first event will be held at The Pattaya Exhibition And Convention Hall (PEACH), located at the world-renowned and multi-award-winning, Royal Cliff Hotel. Situated on a beautiful coastal playground, this 5-start resort is like no other and is the perfect spot for spectators to get away and unwind ... » Learn More about Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship coming to Pattaya December 18th!!!
Ni Nyoman Wira (The Jakarta Post) Jakarta ● Sun, October 1, 2017 2017-10-01 12:34 1527 1f87594453bb792833e1ece3a22c0167 1 Guide To Jakpost-guide-to,Monas,national-museum,jakarta,GPIB-Immanuel,National-Library-of-Indonesia,#JakpostGuideTo Free The National Monument (Monas) lies at the center of Merdeka Square that is surrounded by four Medan Merdeka roads. Built in 1961 with the height of 132 meters tall, Monas becomes the symbol of Indonesians’ struggle against the Dutch’s colonization. Aside from Monas, there are also other places near the area that should not be missed. How to get there Monas is easy to reach as it is located almost at the heart of the city. However, due to the government’s rule, motorcycles are not allowed to enter certain streets, such as Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat and Jl. M.H. Thamrin. Those who want to visit Monas should park their vehicle near the Lenggang Jakarta food court, or used to be known as IRTI Parking Area ( ... » Learn More about Jakpost guide to Monas area