Two Perak DAP MPs challenge EC's redelineation

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Two Perak DAP MPs have mounted a challenge against the Election Commission's (EC) redelineation exercise in the state, including on the ground that the first local inquiry held for the constituencies of Ipoh Barat and Ipoh Timur were unlawful.

Ipoh Barat MP M Kulasegaran and Ipoh Timur MP Thomas Su, appeared with lawyer Surendra Ananth in the leave (permission) for judicial review application before Ipoh High Court judge Justice Che Mohd Ruzima Ghazali.

Kulasegaran and Su are seeking an order to quash the EC's notice dated March 8, entitled “Notice of Proposed Recommendations for the Federal and State Constituencies in the States of Malaya (Except the State of Selangor), the proposed recommendations for the state (Perak) and parliament seats in the two constituencies...

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