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Voter files suit to clarify if chairman alone can manage EC...

Sabariah Mohd Shariff also wants the Semenyih by-election scheduled on March 2 to be postponed pending the outcome of her suit.

Facebook purges 251 accounts to thwart deception

Facebook is keen to prevent the kinds of voter manipulation or outright deception that took place ahead of the 2016 US election.

Voter goes to court to stop Port Dickson by-election

Rosmadi Mohd Kassim says resignation of incumbent MP is unconstitutional and against practice of parliamentary democracy.

Perak sultan: Every citizen must participate in strengthening rule of law

Voters must understand that their responsibility to democracy and the rule of law does not end at the ballot box, says Sultan Nazrin Shah.

Introduce automatic voter registration, urges youth body

This is better than lowering the voting age to 18, says Felda Malaysia Youth Council.

Lawyer: Out of line for Kula to meet IGP over Indira’s...

However, the human resources minister says he is acting in his capacity as Ipoh Barat MP as Indira Gandhi is a voter in his constituency.

Hooray, Malaysians have finally got back their guts

The real victory in GE14 is that Malaysian voters are finally aware of their own power and that they can, if they wish, unseat any government which is oppressive or makes life difficult.

EC denies claims that dead man’s name reinstated in electoral roll

Election Commission chief says the man's name was never taken out of electoral roll, even though he died in 2003.

GE14: Selangor has highest number of voters

Election Commission data shows that almost a quarter of the voters are aged 30 to 39.

Segamat voters fail again to remove army men from electoral roll

The High Court rules that the 48 Segamat voters cannot challenge the EC over its decision to include the army personnel and their spouses in the electoral roll as it has been gazetted.

Anwar seeks declaration on ‘unfair’ redrawing of electoral boundaries

The jailed opposition leader, together with a Sungai Petani voter, claims the right to equality has been breached.

Political squabbles put off youths, says activist

Student activist Anis Syafiqah says indifference among youths towards politics only getting worse because politicians focusing on their internal squabbles.

Only 1,170 new military voters in Selangor, says EC

Selangor EC deputy director says assistant registrar officers have been placed at every military camp in the state to ensure proper registration of officers.

Bersih to voters: Object if affected by latest redelineation

Electoral reform group says the Election Commission ignored objections raised by voters during the first exercise.

Young voter regrets EC chief’s line of questioning at inquiry

Law student who attended inquiry on redelineation exercise claims EC chief asked him questions irrelevant to the hearing.