Use your votes to push Malaysian politicians for action on the climate crisis

Floods are still occurring since the December 2021 disaster. This is a view of Kuala Lumpur after a flash flood on May 25, 2022. — Integrated Transport Information System/Kuala Lumpur City Hall

For weeks since the middle of September, we’ve heard political leaders argue over when to hold Malaysia’s next general elections.

There are legitimate concerns over the threat of floods in a year-end election, given this could affect voter turnout and demand manpower and resources that might be diverted to polling.

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