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Monthly Archives: March 2012
The Court of Appeal has fixed 9 am on 16 May 2012 for the hearing of the appeal of 6 overseas Malaysians whose challenge to the Election Commission (EC)’s refusal to register them as absent voters was dismissed by the … Continue reading
The Parliamentary Select Committee on Electoral Reform Should Instruct the Election Commission to Implement Postal Voting with Safeguards with Immediate Effect
Since October 2010, MyOverseasVote has been campaigning for all Malaysians overseas to be given the right to vote by post. On 25 August 2011, the Election Commission (EC) chairman promised to extend postal voting to all Malaysians living overseas. On … Continue reading