Long queues, hot sun cannot keep voters away


Voters at the Kampung Tanjung polling centre in Semenyih had to contend with a line that reached 400m-long at one point.

MALAYSIANS came in droves to cast their votes as early as possible undeterred by the long queues and the scorching morning sun.

And in true Malaysian spirit, they gave their spot in the queue for strangers who could not stand for long. Some found chairs for the elderly to sit as well as offer drinks to those who got thirsty during the long wait, which was about three hours at some polling stations.

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Family & Community , Central Region , GE14

   

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