Ethnic voting trends could effect electoral boundaries, claim experts


PETALING JAYA: Ethnic voting patterns are likely to influence how the electoral voting boundaries will be redrawn, claim political analysts.

Ibrahim Suffian, the co-founder of Merdeka Centre said that was because that was the simplest way of looking at how people voted.

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