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For the first time in the country’s electoral history, overseas non-civil servant Malaysians were allowed to vote in the respective locations where they resided. Voting took place at Malaysian consulates or embassies in India, Australia, the UK and China. A survey at polling centres in London, Melbourne and Perth saw at least 69% of the voters favouring Pakatan as the government of Malaysia for the next four to five years. Only 3.90% of voters surveyed in Melbourne disclosed their preference...

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