Malaysia lowers voting age to 18

Malaysians as young as 18 years old will be eligible to vote in the country from 15 December.

2/12/2021 8:28:00 AM

Malaysians as young as 18 years old will be eligible to vote in the country from 15 December.

Malaysians as young as 18 years old will be eligible to vote in the country from Dec. 15. The date was appointed by the king himself, according to the “Undi18” gazette officially lowering the minimum voting age from 21 to 18. The adjustment means that an estimated 1.2 million additional voters will get to cast…

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