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Sanglang state seat declared vacant (Updated)

The Election Court has accepted a petition filed by Perlis PAS commissioner Hashim Jasin and declared the Sanglang state seat vacant.

Court to decide on objections next month

A High Court in Kuala Lumpur will decide on preliminary objections to an election petition against the Setiawangsa parliamentary seat held by the Federal Territories Minister.

Petition against Khairy struck out

The High Court in Seremban has struck out an election petition challenging the Rembau parliamentary seat results which Umno Youth deputy chief Khairy Jamaluddin won in the March 8 general election.

Rembau election petition struck out (updated)

The Seremban High Court struck out an election petition challenging the outcome of the Rembau parliamentary seat won by Umno Youth deputy chief Khairy Jamaluddin in the recent general election.hr noshade size=1 width=50%>

High Court throws out Mat Sabu’s polls petition

An election court dismissed the petition filed by PAS candidate for the Kuala Terengganu parliamentary seat Mohamad Sabu.

EC: 29 polls petitions filed

Twenty-nine election petitions were filed in various high courts nationwide at the end of the April 29 deadline.

Polls results to be gazetted next week

The general election results will be gazetted next week, Election Commission secretary Datuk Kamaruzaman Mohd Noor said.x

Some do’s and don’ts on polling day

No one is allowed to wear, hold or carry any form of clothing, head covering, ornament, rosette, water bottle or umbrella showing the symbol of any political party within 50m of the polling station.

Allow staff time off to vote, companies told

The private sector has been urged to allow time off for its employees to vote in the March 8 general election.

Mayor: Don’t block traffic lights and signs

Political parties have been reminded not to put up flags, banners and posters in a manner that could be a nuisance to the public.