Daily Archives: July 29, 2011

Please walk the talk

by Dr Hsu The PM has called on Malaysians to show acceptance of each other’s differences. There is nothing wrong in this;  in fact, all of us must support this call for acceptance, if the PM himself can show the way … Continue reading

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Jeyakumar: It was mental torture

 

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Biometric system: Using a missile to kill a fly

Biometric system: Using a missile to kill a fly Jul 24, 11 8:30am ‘It sounds like a sophisticated way to cheat the public. Why not the indelible ink option – it is not only cheap but effective as well.’ Gov’t … Continue reading

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2008 : indelible ink

Penang pledge by DAP’s 23 parliamentary and state candidates in the Penang Esplanade on Tuesday, 4th Mac 2008: Election Commission (EC) shocking reversal of use of indelible ink benefits BN and sanctions BN’s cheating and abuses on polling day on March … Continue reading

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South Africa : Independent Electoral Commission use indelible ink

What is the voting procedure? Voters queue outside their voting station entrance, and their names are checked against the Voters’ Roll as they enter the station. To prevent cheating, a voter’s thumb is examined under an ultra-violet scanner for traces … Continue reading

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Domestic Monitoring and Election Integrity : A Case Study of the 1999 National Election in Indonesia

by Tim Meisburger, Election Advisor, The Asia Foundation The Role of Domestic Observers in Ensuring the Integrity of the Process The over 600,000 organized domestic observers who monitored and reported on the election undoubtedly contributed to deterring fraud and other forms of electoral abuse throughout … Continue reading

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India donates indelible-ink pens for Afghan election

By Iftikhar Gilani NEW DELHI: India has donated indelible ink to Afghanistan for use during the forthcoming presidential elections in the country. A consignment of 50,000 indelible ink marker pens was handed over by Vivek Katju, ambassador of India to … Continue reading

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India : Indelible ink in demand ahead of general elections

Mysore, Mar 14 : A company in Mysore, is working overtime, ahead of the general elections, to manufacture the indelible ink used to dye the tip of each voter’s finger to prevent repeat voting. The company named Mysore paints and … Continue reading

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Why the BN fears indelible ink and automatic registration

Posted by Maclean Patrick | Posted on 25-07-2011 Back in 2008, the use of indelible ink was mooted and shelved at the eleventh hour. This shocked election observers and when questioned as to why the ink was not used, even-though a batch … Continue reading

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‘Use ink to quash cheating perception’

Athi Shankar  | July 29, 2011 Gerakan’s Baljit Singh is all for the use of indelible ink to change the public’s perception that Barisan Nasional ‘always cheats to win.’ GEORGE TOWN: A Gerakan politician wants the Election Commission (EC) to use indelible … Continue reading

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