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Anwar rocks Perak, Pak Lah no -show
Indelible ink, why isn't BN protesting?
It comes as no surprise that the non-BN political parties have lashed out at the EC's latest decision. However, one wonders what is holding the BN back from criticising the EC as well.
Shouldn't the BN ‘regret the EC's decision’ considering the EC is now depriving the BN the chance of showing their rivals that they can win without resorting to foul play? Isn't the EC also taking away the BN's opportunity to re-affirm to Malaysians their claim that the elections are free and fair?
Activists warn elections will be 'dirtiest ever'
|Mar 5, 08 4:41pm|
The March 8 general election could be the "dirtiest ever", activists said today after authorities dumped plans to curb fraud by marking voters' fingers with indelible ink.
The New York-based Human Rights Watch also said Malaysians will be denied a fair vote in Saturday's polls, accusing the government of muzzling the opposition and manipulating the electoral process.