Putting malapportionment, gerrymandering on the agenda


Bersih 2.0 and Engage have come up with a new video to raise awareness about the issue of gerrymandering and malapportionment of constituencies in view of an ongoing redelineation exercise by the Election Commission.

A hundred voters from each constituencies are need to raise objections if some voters are not satisfied with the way constituencies are being redelineated.

We should be concerned. Check out what has happened in the Sarawak redelineation exercise – which could be a sample of things to come.

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14 Dec 2015 9.44am

PKR is calling on voters to shift their polling addresses back to their hometown to pave the way for Pakatan Harapan’s takeover of Putrajaya in the 2018 election. Young voters, particularly those below 30 years old, are urged to shift their polling address back to their hometown

By boosting the number of voters in the rural and semi-urban seats, the opposition pact hopes to penetrate BN’s traditional stronghold through its new campaign dubbed ‘Undi Lah’, which was launched two weeks ago, PKR strategy director Sim Tze Tzin said.