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Opposition wants conditions put in black and white

THE Opposition will only support the government’s move to allow 18-year-olds to vote if automatic voter registration and lowering the age for election candidates are included in the wording of the Bill to amend the Federal Constitution, says Umno secretary-general Tan Sri Annuar Musa.

PAS on Bill to lower voting age: Opposition will vote in favour only if govt accedes to all three demands

KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad will brief Opposition lawmakers on the proposed amendment to reduce the voting age from 21 to 18, says PAS secretary-general Datuk Takiyuddin Hassan.

Mujahid: Govt still studying RUU355 and other amendments related to Syariah Court's powers

KUALA LUMPUR: The Government is taking a detailed look at proposed amendments to the Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act 1965 (also known as RUU355) and other relevant laws before deciding if these should be amended.

‘We’ll support Bill if voter registration is automatic’

KUALA LUMPUR: Opposition MPs will not support Pakatan Harapan’s Bill to amend the Federal Constitution to lower the voting age to 18 if they do not allow for automatic registration of voters, said Opposition chief Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob. “We support the move to lower the voting age to 18. However, the amendments should also include automatic registration of voters.

Opposition to support 18 voting age Bill, only if there's automatic registration

KUALA LUMPUR: Opposition MPs will not support Pakatan Harapan’s Bill to amend the Federal Constitution to lower voting age to 18, if they do not allow for automatic registration of voters, says Opposition chief Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.

Opposition: Declare flip-flop in Parliament

KUALA LUMPUR: Opposition MPs want the announcement on the country’s withdrawal from ratifying the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) to be officially made in Parliament.

Opposition wants Govt to officially announce withdrawal of Rome Statute in Parliament

KUALA LUMPUR: Opposition lawmakers want the government to make an official announcement on its decision to withdraw from ratifying the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in Parliament.

‘Govt U-turn raises doubt on reform promises’

PETALING JAYA: The U-turn by the government to withdraw from the Rome Statute gives a troubling impression that the country is ruled by racial and religious sentiment, said the G25 group of eminent Malays.

G25: U-turn over Rome Statute shows govt ruled by racial and religious sentiments

PETALING JAYA: The government's decision to withdraw from ratifying the Rome Statute gives a troubling impression that the country is ruled by racial and religious sentiments, says the G25 group of eminent Malays.