Malaysians abroad rather fly home to vote than rely on postal voting


Melati A. Jalil

MALAYSIANS in Australia prefer to come home to vote in the 14th general election because they lack faith in the integrity of the postal-voting process, said a campaigner.

Australian National University (ANU) graduate Sum Dek Joe said although the Malaysian postal-voting system appears similar to that of First-World countries, Malaysians were generally sceptical because they have little confidence in the public institutions of their homeland. 


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  • Apart from dedak eaters,nobody trusted those ketuanan's fellas

    Posted 4 years ago by Leslie Chan

  • I salute the Malaysian diaspora who are willing to fly back to vote in GE14. Thank you. God bless you, and may God save our nation.

    Posted 4 years ago by L Tan