Melaka local councilors have to register 100 new voters annually

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MELAKA (Feb 3): Every member of
the four local councils in Melaka are required to register 100 new voters annually
from today, Chief Minister Datuk Seri Idris Haron said today. 

This measure was aimed at
increasing the number of new voters in preparation for the 14th general
election, he told reporters after the monthly assembly of civil servants at
Seri Negeri, here.

The four local councils are the
Historical Melaka City Council, Hang Tuah Jaya Municipal Council, Alor Gajah
Municipal Council and Jasin Municipal Council.

Idris said that hitherto the
village development and security committees and the urban development and
security committees had been requested to register at least five new voters
every month.  – Bernama