Constituency redelineation to be done at year end, says EC

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The Election Commission (EC) will start redelineating parliamentary and state constituencies at the end of this year, once court hearing on election petitions, if any, are done.

EC deputy chief Wan Ahmad Wan Omar told Sin Chew Daily that the commission had to wait for the six-month process of hearing election petitions to be over before starting the redelineation process.

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