A nail-biting affair in other countries, too

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  • Saturday, 05 May 2018

Tight timeline: Yap, Qistina and Shamini are all hoping that each of their ballot papers will reach its destination in time.

PETALING JAYA: The general election excitement is reaching fever pitch and seems likely to be a nail-biting affair, not just here but also in the other countries where Malaysians are preparing to vote.

Nearly 4,000 Malaysians abroad are eligible for postal voting but many are worried their ballot papers may not reach their voting stations in time due to the short campaign period.

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