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Real work starts now after passing of Undi18 bill

MALAYSIA'S electorate just got bigger now that both Houses of Parliament have approved a constitutional amendment to lower the voting age to 18.

Vote marks new beginning

From Steering Committee of Bersih 2.0

Dewan Rakyat passes Bill to increase number of seats in Sabah state assembly

KUALA LUMPUR: The Dewan Rakyat has passed a Bill to increase the number of state seats in Sabah.

Sarawak-based CSO wants automatic voter registration in place before next state polls

KUCHING: The Federal Government and relevant agencies should implement automatic voter registration in time for the next Sarawak state election due in two years' time, says a Sarawak-based civil society organisation.

Bersih 2.0 goes rogue, breaks Parliament embargo on Sabah delineation report

PETALING JAYA: We are breaking Parliament's embargo on the Sabah delineation report and we are willing to be punished, says electoral watchdog Bersih 2.0.

Bersih calls on Dr M to withdraw 'obsolete' 2017 delimitation proposal for Sabah

PETALING JAYA: The Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih 2.0) has called on Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad to drop the 2017 delimitation proposal for Sabah, which it said would be a disadvantage to Sabahans, especially the youth.

AG 'disappointed' with tribunal decision not to probe ex-EC members

KUALA LUMPUR: Attorney General Tommy Thomas is "disappointed" that the tribunal set up to look into alleged offences by six former Election Commission (EC) members in the 14th General Election has decided not to proceed because it would be academic and expensive.

Malaysia a showcase of democracy in the region

A letter from ALAN DOSS, President, Kofi Annan Foundation,

New EC chief to don cleaning gloves

The Star: How do you feel now that you’re appointed as EC chairman?

A boost for our democratic process

IT looks like 18-year-old Malaysians will finally be allowed to vote by the next general election.