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„In Malaysia’s election in 2012, our candidates received over 70 per cent of the vote 여주출장마사지and our MPs received over 90 per cent of the vote with the exception of the former Labor MP, Kevin Andrews.
Mr Abadi has announced it will be the first time a nation-wide, multi-party electoral agreement has been forged under the nation’s constitution, meaning a national election won by a coalition government would have to be held.
‚Reform the electoral system‘
Foreign Affairs Mi샌즈 카지노nister Datuk Seri Ong Ka Boon said Malaysia would hold elections on July 1 for the new parliament after the next Federal Election.
„The reform of the electoral system would include more proportional representation. In addition, the number of seats would be increased from 8 to 11, which is more proportionate,“ he said.
„And the prime minister would have the right to run for election at every time during the term and, according to a plan which the new government will be ready to unveil soon,“ he added.
Earlier on Monday, Mr Abadi’s supporters vowed to stand shoulder to shoulder with other factions to defeat a push from the opposition to hold a new election.
In a speech released on the social network Facebook, the opposition Malaysia People’s Action Party (MPA), which had called on its followers to boycott the July 1 election, also urged fellow Malaysians to boycott the referendum vote.
„The Malaysians should stop the vote and support the election if the ruling party is not ready to change the electoral system,“ MPA leader Datuk Seri Wan Soekarnoputri said in the statement.
He added, however, that the country was a country of diverse ethnicities and religions, and it was vital that we keep our own nation intact.
The opposition also called for the release of all detainees held under the controversial Death Penalty Prevention and Punishment Act of 2004, which was enacted in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks, and the release of some political prisoners such as former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad.
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