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Getting to know your Pakatan MP : A step by step guide. http://www.mclm.org.uk. Post 308 Tsunami Parliament. Enter the enemies from within. Parliament post Frog Festival. Getting to know your Pakatan MP. Does not matter whether you voted him or her in the last election.

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Getting to know your pakatan mp
Getting to know your Pakatan MP

Does not matter whether you voted him or her in the last election.

The BIG question is…


Getting to know your mp
Getting to know your MP

…should he or she be voted in

AGAIN?


Baring your mp
Baring your MP

You need to find out all that your MP will and will not tell you.

HOW?


Asking the right questions
Asking the right questions

The Evaluation Criteria systematically lays out the information you need to obtain and the weight you ought to attach to the information you find





Sourcing offline the approach
Sourcing Offline : The Approach

  • Get contact number from party headquarters or MP service centre

  • Ascertain from the Evaluation Criteria the relevant information still unobtained

  • Maintain a log of all contacts made ( phonecalls, e-mails, attendances at office, their date(s), time(s), name(s) of person(s) spoken to, and what transpired, if information was not obtained ) and attempts to make contact


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