A total 158 MPs voted for it.
The case is academic, declares tribunal to investigate six former Election Commission members.
Bersih 2.0 chairman says amending Article 46 of the Federal Constitution to add more parliamentary seats will allow the Election Commission to carry out a redelineation exercise before GE15.
Lawyer Leong Cheok Keng says the state feels that the matter is now academic, but is prepared to take up the issue at another time.
Attorney-General Tommy Thomas explains why Hashim Abdullah was spared from a tribunal into former Election Commission members' alleged misconduct.
Deputy minister says as the last redelineation was done in March, the next one can only be done eight years from that date or if two-thirds of MPs decide it is okay to carry it out earlier.
EC chairman Azhar Azizan Harun says no political party has objected so far to the proposal and the bill will be brought to Parliament next month.
Lawyer Leong Cheok Keng says otherwise, the electoral map drawn up just before GE14 will be applicable for at least eight years and may be used in GE15.
The Federal Court was informed that the Attorney-General's Chambers will represent the EC in a hearing on Oct 29.
Lawyer Leong Cheok Keng says the state will continue with its legal challenge despite returning to power and being aligned with Putrajaya.
Politicians often forget that they have to reap the fruits of the seeds they sow, and that inexorable karma can slam them or elevate them at any time.
It says the playing field has been affected by such acts and that it intends to call for a revamp of the EC in the future.
Election Commission says some voters may have been assigned to different stations because of boundary changes.
An unbiased, facts-based analysis of the redelineation exercise serves to show if it does indeed give BN an unfair advantage in the upcoming GE14.
Social critic points out that rural weightage is written into the Constitution but the principle must not be abused.
DAP's Bangi candidate gives example of 10 big, largely urban seats won by the opposition and the 10 smallest won by BN.
The High Court rules there is prima facie evidence showing malapportionment which contravenes the Federal Constitution.
Despite the huge Malay majority in Kapar following the redrawing of electoral boundaries, PKR's G Manivannan says people will vote based on the country's situation, not race.
The group had sought a declaration that the EC's refusal to conduct local enquiries for the redelineation exercise was unconstitutional.
Research arm of UK newspaper says "an outside chance" of Pakatan Harapan winning if Malay voters switch sides.
The Melaka High Court will hear on Tuesday the application by seven voters to obtain leave to challenge the Election Commission.
The PKR vice-president is being moved out of Seri Andalas, now known as Sungai Kandis, after a drastic change in its racial composition.
Researchers from Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University say although the redelineation will help BN win marginal seats held by the opposition, there are other factors at work too.
Why are PKR leaders making statements that appear to diminish the progress made by Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Hindraf in influencing voters?