Malaysiakini Fauwaz Abdul Aziz | Mar 5, 08 Several leaders of independent polls watchdog Mafrel thumbed their noses today at the Election Commission (EC) over its decision to scrap the usage of indelible ink by partially handing back their status as observers for the March
Day: March 5, 2008
Malaysiakini Chan Kok Leong | Mar 5, 08 Election Commission secretary Kamaruzaman Mohd Noor was once again put on the defensive over the Commission’s late change of heart pertaining the use of indelible ink.
March 05, 2008 KOTA BAHARU, March 5 (Bernama) — Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi says that the move by the Election Commission (EC) to call off its earlier decision to use indelible ink on the nails or fingers of voters on Saturday is to avoid
Malaysiakini Mar 4, 08 The Election Commission has cancelled the use of indelible ink for this general election, citing public order and security issues.
March 04, 2008 By Jamaluddin Mohammad KUALA LUMPUR, March 4 (Bernama) — With three more days to polling on Saturday, there is an abnormally high percentage of silent voters, estimated at between 35 and 40 per cent of the electorate, in most parts of the
Malaysiakini Mar 4, 08 6:32pm Opposition parties today slammed the Election Commission for the last-minute reversal of its plan to use the indelible ink in the coming general election, which they claimed could have stopped the menace of phantom voters.
The Star: March 4, 2008 SIBU: In a move to prevent the land title issue from being exploited by the Opposition, the Land and Survey Department here has handed out 39 land titles whose leases had been extended by another 60 years.
The Associated Press , Kuala Lumpur | Tue, 03/04/2008 Campaigning in Malaysia’s general election took on a personal tone Tuesday as rivals slung accusations of nepotism, hypocrisy, boorish language and sexist tactics.
The Star: March 4, 2008By RASLAN SHARIF PETALING JAYA: Malaysians are gripped by election fever, and this time around, the temperature has risen in both the physical and virtual worlds.