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Tag: Electoral Commission

Suicide attack on Libya election commission kills 11

The attack came as a surprise because most recent attacks across Libya have been outside Tripoli.

UK electoral body says investigating Labour-backing campaign group Momentum

Momentum's support for Labour helped put an end to Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May's parliamentary majority.

NGO proposes ways to combat corruption during elections

Anti-graft NGO wants Election Offences Act to be amended to include abuse of power by caretaker government during the election campaign period.

Action to prevent voter registration stuns Bersih

Maria Chin Abdullah alleges that irresponsible parties are exploiting a voter objection provision in the law to prevent individuals from registering as voters.

Bersih 2.0: Possible intentional tampering in electoral roll

Electoral watchdog says errors still occur despite the Election Commission's claims that it has corrected the electoral roll.

EC slowing down registering of voters, says Maria Chin

The Bersih 2.0 chairperson says online registration system is often down, post offices run out of forms and there is lack of publicity when EC sets up registration booths.

BN prepared for Selangor snap polls

Minister Salleh Said Keruak, however, points out that the ruling parties in Selangor can’t seem to agree on holding early elections, with the menteri besar is opposing it.

PH to team up with NGOs to protest redelineation

Pakatan Harapan's Saifuddin Abdullah claims the recent redelineation exercise benefits the ruling coalition.

EC’s re-delineation unjustified, says Maria Chin

Bersih 2.0 chairman says the latest re-delineation exercise by the Election Commission is unconstitutional as it was not carried out fairly.