13 Nov '11, 2am

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The Star/Asia News Network Sunday, Nov 13, 2011 KUALA LUMPUR - A former government scholar who studied in Britain complained to the Parliamentary Select Committee on electoral reforms that he was denied his voting rights when he tried to register in 2007. Dr Shawn Tan, who was studying at Cambridge University then, said he tried to register with the Malaysian High Commission in Britain as a postal voter but was told that he could not vote. "The consul said only government servants could vote," he told PSC on the second day of its public hearing yesterday. Dr Tan said he sent an e-mail to the Election Commission but did not receive any reply. EC deputy research secretary Harun Che Sue, when asked by panel member Rasah MP Anthony Loke to confirm Tan's claim, however said permanent students overseas, regardless of whether they were on government scholarship or otherwise, coul...

Full article: http://www.asiaone.com/News/AsiaOne%2BNews/Malaysia/Story...

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