Inking process needs fine-tuning, says Bersih


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Electoral reform pressure group Bersih 2.0 has urged the Election Commission (EC) to look into possible flaws with the process of applying indelible ink on voters during the next general election.


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Inking process needs fine-tuning, says Bersih

Electoral reform pressure group Bersih 2.0 has urged the Election Commission (EC) to look into possible flaws with the process of applying indelible ink on voters during the next general election.


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