Indelible ink can be easily removed, says firm

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  • Wednesday, 14 Sep 2011

PETALING JAYA: An international firm specialising in fingerprint security systems claims it has evidence to show that indelible ink used for voting may not be foolproof and that it can be easily removed with common solvents.

The Europe-based company, with 25 years of experience in over 40 countries, has carried out a reliability test on the ink with its findings to be submitted to the authorities.

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