Break seats into smaller units, says Chan


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  • Thursday, 02 Jan 2003

MIRI: Sarawak wants its heavily-populated parliamentary and state constituencies to be redelineated into smaller units for development and progress to be channelled more effectively to the people. 

It said the Election Commission should also consider possibly doing the same for constituencies which now covered a very big area. 

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