EC fails to deliver on overseas voters

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MP SPEAKS On Nov 19, in a special meeting with over 40 members of parliament, the Election Commission (EC) promised that it would submit to Parliament the necessary changes on the regulations for Malaysians overseas to be registered as voters so that these changes can be gazetted and implemented.

Yesterday, the last day of the final parliamentary sitting for this year and possibly the last sitting before the next general election, the EC has once again failed to deliver on its promise because no amendment to the election registration laws has been tabled in Parliament...

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