Friday, 22 February 2008

Campaign Posters and Banners

We have begun to see signs of the election campaigns of various political parties as banners and buntings are being put up. Meanwhile, the campaigns are also being conducted on the net with posters, mostly opposing the Barisan Nasional, or the Coalition party and urging voters to vote wisely.

I received these posters from an email. As it has always been said, a picture is worth a thousand words.

On inflation and price hikes of essential items

Price hikes of consumer products

The purchase of the 200 million ringgit luxury jet for the Prime Minister's use

The multi-million ringgit mansions of leaders

The price of a 'hot' car number plate could build a modest house for the common man

Whistle-blowers could go to jail for reporting corruption

ELECTION 2008: Size really does matter to some
Wed, Feb 20, 2008

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA - When it comes to attracting voters, does bigger always mean better? The previous general election saw an array of posters, banners and buntings, in various sizes, promoting the various political parties.

Running high on election fever, Maju Holdings Sdn Bhd recently came up with a huge banner, covering half of its building, in a show of support for Barisan National.

The banner which carries the words Maju Bersama Barisan National (Progress with BN) will be up throughout the election campaign period.

A company spokesperson said the banner which covered 23 floors of the building was put up on Valentine's day.

(From AsiaOne news)

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