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40 ruled out from voting and standing in polls

A total of 40 candidates or their election agents who took part in the 2004 general election have been disqualified from voting and contesting in the coming elections because they did not submit their election expense statement.

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222 EC teams for polls duty

The Election Commission (EC) will set up 222 enforcement teams to monitor and receive reports of misconduct and other offences during the coming general election.

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Gerakan hits back over festive goodies

PENANG: Gerakan secretary-general Datuk Seri Chia Kwang Chye has called on the opposition to stop giving out ang pow if they continue to misconstrue acts of generosity during the festive season.

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Gimme 5 not BN slogan

The I>Gimme 5/Ilogo pasted on bags of rice distributed by Gerakan leaders to the people in Bukit Bendera was designed to promote the Rukun Negara among Malaysians.

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Election Commission to get more power

The Election Commission will have the power to change the addresses of registered voters under new provisions to be added to two election Acts and three regulations.

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Election Court throws out PAS' Pengkalan Pasir election petition

The Election Court in Kota Baru today dismissed an election petition by PAS challenging the result of the Dec 6 by-election for the Pengkalan Pasir state seat.Justice Datuk Hasan Che Lah rejected all the grounds in the petition filed on Jan 4 this year with cost.

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PAS lodges reports against two dailies

PAS lodged two police reports against two Malay dailies on Friday for alleged violation of election laws.

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‘No provision for appeal’ on Election Court’s ruling

There can be no appeal against an Election Court's decision to throw out a petition without hearing its merits, because the Election Offences Act 1954 does not provide for it, the Federal Court ruled.

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‘No provision for appeal’ on Election Court’s ruling

There can be no appeal against an Election Court's decision to throw out a petition without hearing its merits, because the Election Offences Act 1954 does not provide for it, the Federal Court ruled.

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Duo to battle it out for Kuala Berang

A former teacher from Barisan Nasional and an agro-entrepreneur representing PAS will battle it out for this state seat in the by-election on Aug 28.