The Star: March 4, 2008 State election director Othman Noh said in the past, votes were rejected on technicalities after voters wrote words like “penipu” (cheat) and “bodoh” (stupid) on ballot papers.
Day: March 4, 2008
The Star: March 4, 2008By ROYCE CHEAH KOTA BARU: Kelantan Barisan Nasional is now complaining about phantom or cloned voters and has accused PAS of being guilty of it.
The Star: March 4, 2008 KUALA LUMPUR: Police and armed forces personnel and their spouses nationwide started casting their postal votes for the general election.
March 04, 2008 PUTRAJAYA, March 4 (Bernama) — Police have uncovered an attempt by some irresponsible people out to create a confusion during Saturday’s elections by having voters dipped their fingers in indelible ink before the polling day.
March 4, 2008 (The Star) By RAPHAEL WONGPUTRAJAYA: The Election Commission has cancelled the use of indelible ink in polling this Saturday, citing public order and security reasons.
March 4, 2008 (THE STAR) By SYLVIA LOOI IPOH: Come polling day this Saturday, 50 taxis will ply the streets of Ipoh to ferry voters to their polling stations to cast their votes, free of charge.
March 04, 2008 KOTA BAHARU, March 4 (Bernama) — Police have warned all parties against obstructing the public from turning out to cast their votes on Saturday.
04 March 2008 KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) – If election results were a measure of popularity, Malaysia’s ruling coalition would be one of the most adored governments in the world.
NST: 4 March 2008 For security reasons and legal implications, indelible ink will not be used on polling day this Sunday. The Election Commission today decided not to proceed with its proposal to introduce the ink as the election process and public order and security
4 March 2008 KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — An international human rights group said Wednesday it fears Malaysians will not get a fair vote in this week’s general elections because of an uneven playing field favoring the ruling National Front coalition.