Tag: spoilt votes
It is also a vote against both sides for having ridiculously sacrificed their principles for votes.
Danni Rais, who together with a group of like-minded young Malaysians, is seeking to engage millions of youths to actively chart the future ahead of the next polls.
Political parties must choose their candidates carefully or risk losing the trust of voters.
Even if people spoil their votes or refrain from voting, one of the two coalitions will still win in GE14.
UUM's Kamarul Zaman Yusoff says otherwise, the opposition coalition runs the risk of losing dissatisfied voters.
#UndiRosak supporters will not vote for the government, but neither will they vote for PH just because it is 'the lesser of two evils'.
Writer says Pakatan Harapan must realise that people are not going to vote for them just because they are angry at someone else.
Political parties and #UndiRosak proponents should focus on electoral system and process instead of getting into verbal spats.
Contrary to the campaign's claims, Malaysians care deeply about the country's future and are not prepared to spoil their votes and allow others to further plunder the nation.
Social activist Maryam Lee tells forum that campaign is to ask unhappy voters to teach Pakatan Harapan a lesson for choosing Dr Mahathir Mohamad as PM.
Young people are supposed to be the agents of change, but the #UndiRosak campaign shows that some are thinking only of themselves.
While the former PM's apology is not enough for some, choosing to deliberately spoil their votes in GE14 is akin to cutting off their noses, to spite their faces.