Chinese voters in Malacca reluctant to go to the polls


Khoo Gek San

A Malacca couple take their tortoises out for a morning stroll. Community leaders say some residents are talking about spoiling their ballot for the state elections next month, in protest at the current political situation. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, October 28, 2021.

CHINESE voters in Malacca may not turn up to vote in the elections next month due to lingering concerns about Covid-19, local leaders said.

There are 28 seats in the Malacca assembly with the Chinese dominant seats in Bemban, Bandar Hilir, Duyong, Kota Laksamana, Kesidang and Ayer Keroh.


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  • The Chinese can't have it both ways. If they do not want to vote then don't whine after your favorite parties lose. Also please stop lamenting about being discriminated by others. You will deserve it if you stay home.

    Posted 1 month ago by Simple Sulaiman

  • Another Tanjong Piai in the making. PH deserves what they get. They shot themselves in the foot by aligning themselves to the frogs.

    Posted 1 month ago by Elyse Gim

  • If the covid cases increase as a result of this unnecessary state election we all can pin it to these 6 people that is the 4 that switch camp and the big headed state speaker who has the mantra of cash is king and the most good for nothing governor whose appointment can be reviewed to be terminated as he is certainly doesn't has the concern for the people of Malacca to begin with.

    Posted 1 month ago by Teruna Kelana