EC explains the new boundaries

PETALING JAYA: The huge increase in the number of residents and registered voters in Selangor were among the main reasons taken into consideration for the constituency redelineation.

The Election Commission said in its report that the number of voters in the state had increased by 51.8% since the last redelineation exercise in 2003.

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