Pujut by-election on July 4, nomination fixed for June 20

comments     Zikri Kamarulzaman     Published     Updated

The Election Commission announced that the Pujut state seat by-election will be held on July 4, after its incumbent from DAP, Dr Ting Tiong Choon, was disqualified for purportedly having dual citizenship.

Nomination day has been fixed for June 20, paving the way for a 13-day campaign period.

On May 12, the Sarawak state assembly voted 70-10 in favour of Ting's removal.

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