Wild about Wednesday


Malaysians greeted the announcement of May 9, a Wednesday, as polling day with mixed emotions – mainly relief that it is finally on – and concern over voting on a working day. This is not the first time polling is on a weekday, but the Opposition was quick to decry the decision. Candidates will have an 11-day campaign period to slug it out as they canvass for votes in what has been dubbed as ‘the father of all elections’. 

 

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