BERSIH 2.0 Voting Advisory for Overseas Malaysians

Bersih 2.0 February 8, 2013 2

Keluar mengundiTogether with Global BERSIH, Tindak Malaysia, and MyOverseasVote, BERSIH 2.0 has developed an advisory for overseas Malaysian voters. Please keep yourself informed of any changes to postal voting procedures through the Election Commission’s main website and a special website for GE13.

You can also contact us at [email protected]

Spread the advisory far and wide!

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  1. Alex February 14, 2013 at 2:20 AM - Reply

    I am a fresh registered voter in Sandakan, Sabah but my job is based in Johor Bahru, Johor. Is that mean that i have to go back to the east to vote?

    Any other option instead of changing my IC address and flying back to the east?

  2. Liew Yin Hoon April 29, 2013 at 2:15 PM - Reply

    I have registered in early Feb-2013 to be an ovberseas voter in China. However when I checked my application status in SPR website online on Apr-11th, the status was still shown as under process. I contacted SPR & was told that my name is on the voter list for a local school in Shah Alam & therefore I am eligible to vote in person in Shah Alam. That’s fine as I then planned to return to Malaysia. I remained in China till Apr-26th and I did not receive any nottificaton about my overseas postal voter application status. Only yesterday when I checked online again about my overseas voter application status, I am surprised to learn that my application was successful & I has been told to vote in Beijing’s M’sia Embassy on Apr-28th. I was too late as I am already back to Malaysia & I did not received any notification att all until Apr-26th.
    Now when I checked my name in SPR website, it is still shown as a local voter in Shah Alam local school. I am worry SPR may remove my name sooner or I may not find my name in the polling centre on May-05th.
    Pls advise whether should I make complaint to SPR.
    Thank you.

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