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KUCHING: The Health Ministry and Election Commission must put in place strict guidelines for the next Sarawak state election to be held safely once the Emergency is lifted on August 1, says Tan Sri James Masing.
COTONOU (Reuters) -Vote counting began in Benin on Sunday in a presidential poll that was boycotted by some opposition parties over violence triggered by objections to President Patrice Talon's quest for a second five-year mandate.
BANTING (Bernama): The voting age has been lowered to 18 in the Federal Constitution but the Elections Act 1958 needs to be amended before Undi 18 can be implemented, says Dewan Negara President Tan Sri Dr Rais Yatim.
PETALING JAYA: All systems are on track to lower the voting age to 18 and create the automatic voter registration (AVR), said Election Commission deputy chairman Dr Azmi Sharom.
PETALING JAYA: The authorities must have the political will to ensure 18-year-olds can vote in the next general election as promised in a bipartisan effort in 2019, said Muar MP Syed Saddiq Abdul Rahman.
THE 15th General Election is due in 2023 but the Prime Minister may request it much earlier due to the government’s unstable situation in Parliament. The Yang di-Pertuan Agong has an undoubted discretion under the Constitution’s Article 40(2)(b) and Article 55(2) to grant or refuse consent to the early dissolution of Parliament.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Georgia's Secretary of State's office opened a probe on Monday into former U.S. President Donald Trump's efforts to overturn the state's 2020 election results, a step that could lead to a criminal investigation by state and local authorities.
KUCHING: With a nationwide Emergency in place until Aug 1, the Sarawak state election may be put off beyond its due date of Aug 5 but opinions differ on how to do so.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican state lawmakers have begun to use President Donald Trump’s baseless charges of voter fraud to push for new restrictions on voting.
KUWAIT (Reuters) - Opposition candidates made gains in a parliamentary vote in Kuwait in which two thirds of MPs lost their seats and no women were elected, a result which analysts said could hamper government reform efforts to address a severe liquidity crunch.