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An ‘Anti-Hopping Law’ for Malaysia – is it beneficial?

Party-hopping is deemed problematic and a betrayal of voters’ mandate, if we assume that voters in each constituency are primarily motivated to vote for a particular political party instead of the representative himself/herself

Anti-Party Hopping Act should include Senators – Nazri

Besides the Members of Parliament (MP) and State Assembly Members (ADUN), the clauses under the Anti-Party Hopping Bill should also include the Senators in Dewan Negara, said Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Aziz

Anti-Party Hopping Bill is postponed again – Minister

The tabling of the Anti-Party Hopping Bill that was scheduled on 11 April has been postponed again

PM promises to table Anti-Party Hopping Bill next week

Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob has given his guarantee that the government will table the Federal Constitution (Amendments) (Anti-Party Hopping) 2022 Bill next Monday (11 April)

Melaka polls: 15 independent candidates promise not to join political party

15 out of 22 independent candidates of the Melaka State Election signed Statutory Declarations (SD) that they would not join any political party in the country

Unmasking the motives for the Anti-Hopping Law

For a bill that requires a constitutional amendment, could the anti-party hopping law be s dead in the water even before it is brought for debates in the Parliament

Azalina motions for Recall Bill, voters can withdraw mandate for MPs

The Penggerang Member of Parliament (MP), Datuk Seri Azalina Othman Said has motioned to table a Recall Bill to prevent party hopping among MPs who have been given the mandate by the people.

No MP has the majority support – Muhyiddin

None of the Members of Parliament (MPs) can prove that he/she has the majority support that enables the Yang di-Pertuan Agong (YDPA) to appoint him/her as the new Prime Minister