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12 polling stations opened in Baram as voting resumes after weather delay

Polling at a number of stations in the constituency was suspended on Nov 19 due to bad weather.

Bernama
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A voter casts her ballot at a polling centre in Kampung Baru, Kuala Lumpur, on Nov 19.
A voter casts her ballot at a polling centre in Kampung Baru, Kuala Lumpur, on Nov 19.

Twelve polling stations were opened for voting in Baram today after polling there was suspended due to bad weather on Nov 19.

Election Commission (EC) secretary Ikmalrudin Ishak in a statement today said the time for the casting of votes would be from 7.30am to 12.30pm or 2pm, depending on the respective centres.

The polling stations are at SK Long Naah, SK Long Luteng, Rh TK Matthew Belulok Lalo, Kpg Lepo Gah, SK Long Sait, SK Long Tungan, SK Long Moh, SK Long Mekabar, SK Long Jekitan, SK Long Lamei, SK Lio Mato and SK Long Banga.

Rh TK John Jau Wan in Long Semiang has also been opened as an additional voting station.

On polling day last Saturday, the EC announced the suspension of polling in 11 of the 194 voting stations for the constituency following bad weather.

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