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    Gazette: Postal Voting - Jil 57 No.1 14 Jan 2013 Tambahan No.5 Perundangan (B)

    Warta Kerajaan / His Majesty's Goverment Gazette Jil 57 No.1
    14 Jan 2013
    Tambahan No.5 Perundangan (B)

    ELECTIONS ACT 1958
    Elections (Postal Voting) Regulations 2003
    NOTIFICATION UNDER PARAGRAPH 3(1)(e)

    In exercise of the powers conferred by paragraph 3(1)(e) of the Elections (Postal Voting) Regulations 2003 [P.U. (A) 185/2003], the Election Commission designates the persons specified in column (1) of the Schedule being members of the category of persons described in column (2) of the Schedule as postal voters.

    SCHEDULE

    (1) Persons
    Citizens of Malaysia residing abroad excluding citizens of Malaysia residing in Singapore, southern provinces of Thailand, Brunei and
    Kalimantan and a person referred to in paragraphs (c), (d), (e) and (f) in the definition of “absent voter” in regulation 2 of the Elections
    (Registration of Electors) 2002

    (2) Categories of persons
    Any citizen of Malaysia residing abroad who has been in Malaysia, or returns to Malaysia, for a period of not less than thirty (30) days
    within five (5) years before dissolution of Parliament or any State Legislative Assembly in force

    Dated 8 January 2013
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    Friday, 18 January 2013 16:55 PENGUNDIAN POS DI LUAR NEGARA





    PENGUNDIAN POS DI LUAR NEGARA
    Anda layak untuk memohon untuk mengundi secara pos dari luar negara sekiranya anda memenuhi semua syarat-syarat seperti yang berikut:

    Anda layak untuk memohon untuk mengundi secara pos dari luar negara sekiranya anda memenuhi semua syarat-syarat seperti yang berikut:

    a) Warganegara Malaysia
    b) Pemilih berdaftar
    c) Menetap di luar Negara kecuali di Singapura, wilayah Selatan Thailand, Brunei dan Kalimantan Indonesia
    d) Pernah berada di Malaysia atau kembali ke Malaysia tidak kurang daripada 30 hari dalam tempoh 5 tahun sebelum tarikh pembubaran Parlimen atau Dewan Undangan Negeri yang sedang berkuat kuasa.
    Anda perlu menghantar Borang 1B kepada Ibu Pejabat SPR melalui cara seperti yang berikut;
    a) melalui emel kepada

    upup@spr.gov.my

    This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

    ; atau

    b) melalui faks ke +603-8881 1201/ 1202 / 1187 / 1192 ;atau
    c) melalui pos ke alamat;

    Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya Malaysia Aras 4-5, Blok C7,
    Kompleks C Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan 62690 Putrajaya
    (Attn : Unit Pengurusan Undi Pos Luar Negara)

    Anda perlu menentukan kepada SPR Pejabat Pewakilan Malaysia di luar negara untuk menerima Sampul Keutamaan yang mengandungi kertas undi.

    Permohonan untuk mengundi secara pos diterima oleh SPR dalam tempoh bermula pada 21 Januari 2013 hingga kepada tarikh pembubaran Parlimen atau Dewan Undangan Negeri yang sedang berkuat kuasa

    Sila lihat contoh untuk mengisi Borang 1B
    Sila lihat Panduan Untuk Mengisi Borang 1B
    Sila lihat Soalan lazim (Q&A) berhubung dengan pengundian pos dari luar negara


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    How is it Malaysians in Brunei are registered for postal voting even though they did not apply for it?

    Those staying in south Thailand, Singapore, Brunei and Kalimantan will not be eligible for postal voting. — File pic



    EC: No postal votes for Malaysians in neighbouring countries



    KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 21 — Malaysians living in south Thailand, Singapore, Brunei and Kalimantan, Indonesia will have to return home to vote in the 13th general election, said the Election Commission (EC).
    Its secretary, Datuk Kamaruddin Mohamed Baria, said they were not entitled to the postal voting facilities for Malaysians living abroad.

    He said in South Thailand, they were made up of Malaysians living in the Narathiwat, Pattani, Yala, Songkhla and Satun provinces.

    For Malaysians living abroad registered as ordinary voters, apart from absentee voters, they need to apply for the postal voting facilities using Form 1B of the Postal Ballot Paper Form (Overseas Postal Voters), which can be downloaded from the EC website, he said in a statement.

    Kamaruddin said the guideline to fill up the form could also be downloaded from the EC website.

    The completed form can be sent to the EC headquarters in Putrajaya via email to upup@spr.gov.my, or fax to +603-8881 1201/1202/1187/1192.

    The form can also be sent by post to the Election Commission of Malaysia, Level 4-5, Block C7, Complex C, Federal Administrative Centre, 62690 Putrajaya (Attn: Overseas Postal Vote Management Unit).

    The EC will process all applications and applicants will be notified whether they are eligible, he said, adding that applicants were advised to check their status regularly on the EC website.

    Kamaruddin said applications for postal voting would be closed on the day of the dissolution of Parliament, and those received after 12 midnight that day would not be processed.

    On Malaysians registered as absentee voters, he advised them to update their particulars through the EC website to facilitate the delivery of Priority Envelope containing ballot papers for them.

    Three conditions stipulated for postal voters are: the person must be a registered voter, must have been in the country for at least 30 days in five years before the dissolution of Parliament or State Assembly, and living overseas with the exception of south Thailand, Singapore, Brunei and Kalimantan. — Bernama
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