Why Johor checkpoint should be voter-friendly

Mustafa K. Anuar

The closure of several auto-gates at the Johor checkpoint at the Malaysia-Singapore border from October 16 and November 10 could dissuade about 100,000 Malaysians living in the city state from coming home to vote. – EPA pic, October 20, 2022.

• Commentary by Mustafa K. Anuar

EVERY Malaysian who is eligible to vote in the next general election should be encouraged and facilitated to exercise their democratic right. Any obstacle toward this end should be minimised.

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