Indonesian Foreign Election Committee (PPLN) in Kuala Lumpur is intensively conducting socialization to guarantee Indonesian citizens in Malaysia to participate in 2019 election. According to the committee chairman, Agung Cahaya Sumirat, in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday (24/6), the committee and Indonesian Embassy Kuala Lumpur have synergized to record as many Indonesian citizens as possible to vote in the 2019 election. The committee wants to make sure that Indonesian citizens in Malaysia use their political rights on April 17, 2019. Therefore, the Indonesian Embassy and the committee have made various efforts to achieve the targets.
“We are already intensively making the socialization. We have visited hundreds of refineries that become a concentration of Indonesian citizens. The Ambassador has also written letters to some refineries and asked for support in order to encourage Indonesians to use their votes,” Agung said.
Agung Cahaya Sumirat reminded Indonesian citizens in Malaysia whose names have not been listed yet in Temporary Voters List to immediately report to the committee which is located at the Indonesian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur. Currently, the committee has recorded 274 thousands 26 prospective voters from six regions in Malaysia, namely Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, Perak, Trengganu, Kelantan and Selangor. (KBRN/Tomo Hakim/NT)