Green Party candidate David O'Keefe won Bold, which saw 32 ballot papers
rejected, and said Brexit was a factor in the spoiled ballots, but added the Local Plan and possible Green Belt development likely had a bigger influence with voters.
The choice for voter to elect any candidate is provided in the ballot paper
while the law does not provide for NOTA option.
'This shows an alleged irresponsible attitude of the ECP staff and other concerned staff who have failed to perform their official obligations by allowing the ballot papers
to go in the unauthorised hands,' says Mr Malik, who is also the chairman of the Senate Standing Committee on Interior.
'He handed over the ballot papers
to the class teacher.
The watchdog, in its instructions, said that a ballot paper
will be termed invalid if it misses the official code mark or assistant presiding officer's signature, the ECP's watermark and the official nine-matrix seal and it has stamps osn more than one candidate's election symbols and it appears equally in more than one candidates' boxes.
The process of printing ballot papers
under tight security began on July 1.
He informed that it was estimated that the commission required 210 million of total ballot papers
for the total constituencies of national and provincial assemblies.
Yesterday, Malay Mail reported that Malaysians outside the country registered to vote by post have taken to social media to express anxiety over the delay in receiving their ballot papers
The court ordered a scrutiny of ballot papers
in 11 polling stations and KIEMS kits and ballot papers
found in the forest.
THOUSANDS of postal ballot papers
in Mid and West Wales have had to be scrapped because of a printing error.
AN ERROR means postal voters in Ceredigion should wait for new ballot papers
for the Assembly regional election.
WHEN voters go to the polls in May for the Assembly elections, the names of the candidates and not just the parties should be printed on the regional list ballot papers
, the Liberal Democrats argue.