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» Online Checking of Electoral Roll Open Online Checking of Electoral Roll in New Window
A service by the Election Commission of Malaysia-EC (Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya Malaysia-SPR). Master electoral roll 2007. Gazetted on February 5, 2008. Registered voters or electors are able to check their registration status online using their identity card numbers. Information provided include locality, polling district, state assemblies, parliamentary and state.
» Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya Malaysia (SPR) Open Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya Malaysia (SPR) in New Window
Also known as the Election Commission (EC) of Malaysia in English term. Established on September 4, 1957 under Article 114 of the Federal Constitution. Currently located in Putrajaya. The commission conducted the first general election in 1959. The main functions of the commission are to review and delimit Parliamentary and State Constituencies at intervals of not less than eight years, following the date of completion of the last review; to...   [Read more]
Notes :   Available in English and Malay versions.

» Barisan Nasional (BN) Open Barisan Nasional (BN) in New Window
Also known as the National Front in English term. Established on July 1, 1974 as the successor of the Alliance (PERIKATAN in Malay term). The Alliance was founded as a result of political movement of races in Malaya (Now Malaysia) with the merger of UMNO (Malay) and MCA (Chinese). MIC (Indian) joined later. The Alliance won the first General Election in 1955 and was given the mandate to form the first government with Tunku Abdul Rahman as the...   [Read more]
Notes :   Available in English and Malay versions.
» Barisan Nasional Pulau Pinang (BN) Open Barisan Nasional Pulau Pinang (BN) in New Window
The official site of the Barisan Nasional (BN) Pulau Pinang. Also known as the Penang National Front in English term. The official site features chairman's message, history, Penang's electoral map, organisation chart, Penang election results, leaders in government and useful links.
» Democratic Action Party (DAP) Open Democratic Action Party (DAP) in New Window
Also known as the Parti Tindakan Demokratik in Malay term. The DAP was originally the branch of the People's Action Party (PAP) of Singapore after Singapore gained its independence from Malaysia in 1965. DAP was established in October 1965 and was officially registered on March 18, 1966. On October 24, 1999, DAP, PAS, Keadilan and PRM announced an electoral alliance and formed Barisan Alternatif (BA) to couterweight the ruling BN in the 1999...   [Read more]
Notes :   Available in Chinese, English and Malay versions.


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