The Star: February 17, 2008 Eurofile By CHOI TUCK WO The general election is currently the hottest topic around for many Malaysians residing in the UK.
High on the polls
The Star: February 17, 2008 PUTRAJAYA: Malaysians living overseas cannot vote through the post unless they are military personnel, students, staff of embassies and high commissions and their spouses.
AFP | Feb 17, 08 As Malaysia heads for elections dominated by seething ethnic tensions, an invigorated opposition is hopeful of making unprecedented gains against the coalition that has ruled for half a century.
Malaysiakini – 16 February 2008
Saturday, 16 February 2008 http://www.aliran.com/content/view/431/11/ Centre for Independent Journalism (CIJ), Writers Alliance for Media Independence (WAMI), Charter 2000-Aliran and Civil Society Initiative for Parliamentary Reform (CSI-Parliament) call on Malaysians to vote wisely in the coming elections and to ensure that they vote in individuals with integrity to represent them in Parliament.
NST By Deborah Loh 16 February, 2008 PUTRAJAYA: What’s the price of 10.9 million names in the national electoral roll? The names, race, gender, identity card numbers and their polling locality are available from the Election Commission for RM44,584.20 in compact disc, and RM44,394 in book form.
NST 16 February, 2008 For the first time in 12 general elections, voters will be observed by an accredited domestic body at the polling stations while another group tracks candidates’ finances, writes SHANNON TEOH. WHEN you find yourself at the polls next month, don’t be alarmed if there are other people besides election workers keeping […]
The Star: February 16, 2008PUTRAJAYA: Information on the polling stations in which to cast your vote is not found in the electoral roll yet as it is being updated.
The Star: February 16, 2008KANGAR: The Election Commission will use the September 2007 electoral roll and not the December 2007 Master Electoral Roll for the Padang Besar parliamentary constituency.
The Star: February 16, 2008KUALA LUMPUR: Parties fielding candidates for the general election should ensure that they are not corrupt, said Transparency International Malaysia (TI-M) yesterday.