30,000 Indonesians to vote in Sarawak


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  • Monday, 05 Apr 2004

KUCHING: More than 30,000 Indonesians working in Sarawak are expected to cast their votes for their country's general election here today. 

The Indonesian Consul in Kuching, Irsyafli Rasoel, said Indonesians working in the city would cast their votes at the consulate in Jalan Tun Abang Openg while those working in Sibu, Bintulu and Miri would vote at their workplaces. 

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