Tommy Thomas says the report, which comprises the majority and minority findings of the five tribunal members, involves elements of public interest.
The tribunal will announce its decision on May 24.
The GE14 losing candidate says a new government report reveals that the BN government transferred military voters to Hutan Melintang for ‘political purposes’.
EC chairman Azhar Harun says Lajim Ukin was representing the Electoral Reform Committee, not any political party.
Azhar Azizan Harun says instead of assisting voters, the 'barung-barung' are only used to fish for votes.
The law is clear, there can be no campaigning on polling day, says EC deputy chairman Azmi Sharom.
EC chairman Azhar Harun says the commission has taken action against both BN and PH.
The PKR vice-president says he told the Rantau candidate to do 'whatever it takes to get in'.
Nomination day is on April 27 while early voting will take place on May 7.
The Barisan Nasional’s Rantau by-election candidate says he told those who receive calls promising RM50 if they would vote for him to lodge a police report.
Nominations for the by-election in the state seat will be held for one hour from 9am tomorrow.
PH’s election manifesto had stated that appointment of these commissioners will be done through a parliamentary committee.
EC chairman Art Harun says this will help combat electoral fraud and prevent voters from being moved to other areas using fake or third party addresses.
EC tidak diwujudkan bagi melakukan suatu keajaiban, sebaliknya mempunyai mandat melaksanakan pilihan raya yang adil dan jujur
EC chairman explains there are several issues that need to be ironed out first, including voters voting where they are first registered even if they live elsewhere.
Diplomats and a political foundation representative show what their countries’ political funding systems offer Malaysia.
Universiti Malaya's Terence Gomez voices doubt that the proposed law on political funding will address ‘loopholes’ tied to internal party elections and GLCs.
The Court of Appeal says the PKR candidate failed to show that returning officer Amino Agos Suyub is a public officer.
It says according to MA63, the number of parliamentary seats has to be distributed evenly among Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak.
The reports concern transportation for voters and the setting up of voter assistance booths.
The Election Commission will hold a special meeting to set a date for the by-election.
Judge SM Komathy rules that the Election Commission can continue to discharge its functions legally.
Election Commission chairman Azhar Harun says this was the fastest nominations so far, with all settled by 9.45am.
When government ministers visit a constituency where a by-election is due, they should be mindful of election laws, says the electoral reforms group.