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Over 270 died from overwork-related illnesses in Indonesia elections

Conducting the eight-hour vote in the republic has proven to be both a Herculean logistical feat and deadly for officials who had to count ballot papers by hand.

Indonesia may hold postal voting for citizens in Malaysia again

This comes after the discovery of marked ballot papers in Bangi and Kajang, Selangor.

Online voting for PKR elections this year

Saifuddin Nasution says no more paper ballots, electronic voting system now being tested for use in August-September elections.

BN: Don’t believe PH claims advance votes have been counted

BN's Eric See-To says advance votes for security forces and overseas voters will only be counted on May 9.

Be forward thinking, youth group tells #UndiRosak supporters

#ForwardTogether urges #UndiRosak supporters to work together to help youths take ownership of their future by making their votes count.

GE14: Don’t skip polls, Maria Chin urges youths

Bersih 2.0 chairman tells youths to channel their anger and frustrations into action, and cast their ballots on polling day.

Voters produce ‘beautiful numbers’ 9191, 6969

In victory speech, Najib gives thanks for election victories and notes 'beautiful' majority figures for both seats.

Early voters in S’wak to cast ballots tomorrow

These 24,604 registered voters, comprising police, General Operations Force, military personnel and their spouses, will cast their ballots at 79 polling centres tomorrow.