Parliament passes controversial re-delineation report


Asila Jalil Kamles Kumar Mohd Farhan Darwis Yasmin Ramlan

Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi says even the government had grouses with the Election Commission’s re-delineation exercise, but they aired it through proper channels. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, March 28, 2018.

THE Dewan Rakyat has accepted the motion to redraw the electoral boundaries, which the opposition has repeatedly called a gerrymandering exercise to boost the ruling Barisan Nasional government’s chances in the next general election.


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  • Penyamun MO1 already stole the election.

    Posted 2 years ago by Leslie Chan

  • Malaysia could now make political history, with the party slated to win GE14 obtaining the lowest recorded share of the popular vote, of all time, across all countries. I suppose this would make Malaysia the most obscenely gerrymandered nation in the world. BN failing to win the election now would be such an embarrassment.

    Posted 2 years ago by Tommy richard

    • Our thick cheek PM knows no shame and will still go round the world shaking hands with overseas leaders… yuck!

      Posted 2 years ago by Tanahair Ku

  • When the Election Commission refuses to listen to the objections of the voters, democracy in Malaysia is a farce and dictatorship is but a small step away.. EC is a disgrace for being a tool of BN.

    Posted 2 years ago by Panchen Low