March 04, 2008 KUALA LUMPUR, March 4 (Bernama) — Police have arrested 16 people for various offences including being involved in fights in the first nine days of campaigning.
Day: March 5, 2008
Al-Jazeera: MARCH 05, 2008 Malaysia’s electoral body has scrapped plans to use indelible ink to prevent vote fraud just days before national elections, prompting a warning from an electoral reform group that this could be the “dirtiest elections ever”.
The Sun Kimberley Lau PETALING JAYA (March 5, 2008): Malaysians for Free and Fair Elections (Mafrel) which was slated to monitor polling day proceedings has quit as polling day monitor.
NST: 5 March 2008 PUTRAJAYA: Indelible ink will not be used on polling day as the security of this method of preventing multiple voting has been breached, Election Commission chairman Tan Sri Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman said yesterday.
Malaysiakini Mar 5, 08 The March 8 general election could be the “dirtiest ever”, activists said today after authorities dumped plans to curb fraud by marking voters’ fingers with indelible ink.
Malaysiakini Joseph Aw Jit Way | Mar 5, 08 MCA today took the Election Commission (EC) to task over its eleventh hour decision to withdraw the use of indelible ink in the March 8 polls.
Press Release 5 March 2008 The Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (BERSIH) warns Malaysians that the General Election on 8 March could be Malaysia’s dirtiest elections ever, as a result of the Election Commission’s (EC) decision to cancel the implementation of indelible ink on
KUALA TERENGGANU, March 5 (bernama) — Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak described the move by the Election Commission (EC) to reverse its earlier decision to use indelible ink on the nails or fingers of voters as most appropriate.
KUALA TERENGGANU, March 5 (BERNAMA) — Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak Wednesday warned the Opposition not to prevent outstation voters to return to their hometowns to exercise their electoral rights on Saturday.
Malaysiakini Azreen Madzlan | Mar 5, 08 “The 12th general election may be the dirtiest election ever in Malaysian history.”