Undi 18 has been passed, but now what?


A HISTORIC day indeed: Tuesday, July 16, 2019. Members of Parliament (MPs), all 211 present, voted unanimously to pass the Constitutional amendment that will witness three key things happening:

Firstly, the lowering of the voting age to 18; secondly, automatic voter registration; and thirdly, 18 being the minimum age for a Malaysian citizen to run for public office.

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Danial Rahman

Danial Rahman

Danial Rahman has education close to his heart. He tweets at @danial_ari and welcomes feedback at danialrahman0330@gmail.com.

   

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