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GEORGE TOWN: The Election Commission (EC) today slammed a London-based magazine for claiming that the next general election (GE14) in Malaysia will be “rigged”, saying the weekly’s “untruths’ were causing undue anxiety to voters.
Landscaper’s grand plan to capture Lembah Pantai for PAS. Islamist party to field landscape architect, who denies acting as spoiler in a federal territory hot seat at GE14.
Mohd Hashim was commenting on an article entitled ‘How Malaysia’s Next Election Will Be Rigged’ published on March 8 by The Economist.. On the redelineation of electoral boundaries, he said the exercise was conducted not in the political interests but in the interests and for the convenience of voters and to facilitate the service of the elected representatives.
New Delhi, Mar 11 (PTI) The Election Commission today rejected BSP supremo Mayawati's claim that electronic voting machines were rigged in the Uttar Pradesh elections and said her demand for a repoll using ballot papers was legally untenable. - EC rejects Mayawati's claim of rigging in EVMs
EC denies claims GE14 will be rigged ... He said the allegations referred to in an article in The Economist were baseless claims intended to confuse the people. The EC would not be cowed by these criticisms in its commitment to conduct the 14th General Election in a transparent and fair manner and by complying with all the ...
PUTRAJAYA: The Election Commission yesterday dismissed allegations that the election system and the redelineation of electoral boundaries are designed to favour certain political parties in the next general election. EC chairman Tan Sri Mohd Hashim Abdullah said all the systems — registration of
PUTRAJAYA, March 13 — The Election Commission today dismissed allegations that the election system and the redelineation of electoral boundaries
The polling for the first phase of civic polls in 24 districts of Uttar Pradesh concluded with 55% of voters exercising their franchise.
BACK in 2006, Arab jokesters found an easy target when they learned that Egypt was sending officials to join international monitors of that year's Palestinian elections. So skilled were Egyptians at rigging votes, they warned, that Palestinians risked waking up to find they had elected Egypt's president, Hosni Mubarak, as their own.