‘Free rides not against the law’

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  • Tuesday, 17 Apr 2018

KUALA LUMPUR: A campaign to bring out of state Malaysians home to vote, which has raised RM110,000 from the public, does not run foul of any election rules, claimed the two groups behind the initiative.

Launched by undirabu.com and pulangmengundi.com, the campaign is meant to help voters who lacked the financial means or were without transport to return home to vote.

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