Polling agents and counting agents in the post-2018 election era

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Since the last general election, if you are a person who is interested in becoming a polling agent or counting agent or trainer for such agents, what should you look out for?

If you are a polling agent and polling centre chief chases you away from the polling stream because you have stayed for more than 2 hours, what you should do?

How do you monitor the way people with disabilities are voting in the first stream?

How does the Covid pandemic change the conduct of polling?

This is the session to cover all these questions. It is a must for existing and future trainers, agents, observers and potential election candidates.

Moderator: Danesh Chacko, director, Tindak Malaysia

Speakers:

  • Jan Chow, senior trainer, Tindak
  • Fork Leong, activist, Tindak
  • Discussant: Vincent Chin, former trainer

Organised by Tindak Malaysia

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