Month: April 2012

Electoral roll: What else is the EC hiding?

In two previous articles, I highlighted 10 problems associated with the electoral roll as part of the preliminary findings of the Malaysian Electoral Roll Analysis Project (Merap), a research effort to identify and understand problems with the existing electoral roll.

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‘Dubious’ voters may decide GE13

In the first part of this article, I highlighted five problems with the electoral roll which were not addressed in the report by the Parliamentary Select Committee (PSC) on Electoral Reform. In this second part, I will highlight five additional problems with

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10 major problems in EC’s electoral roll

The Parliamentary Select Committee on Electoral Reform report, which was released earlier this week, highlights 22 recommendations on how to improve the electoral process. I will not go through each and every recommendation or discuss the overall quality of these

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