Registration of voters for Malaysians abroad is divided into two categories:
Postal Voters / Absent Voters consisting of:
-Armed forces that are in service.
- Government Personnel (Federal Government, States Service or local authorities) who are in service abroad.
- Individuals studying full time abroad (only if they are sponsored by the Government).
- Spouses to the list above.
- Comprising of Malaysian Citizen other than sated above.
The Consulate General of Malaysia in Karachi will register the voters on behalf of the Election Commission of Malaysia (SPR). This registration exercise is only done periodically. The Consulate General of Malaysia in Karachi will make an announcement for the registration and checking of the voting list when requests for it to be done.
The Consulate General of Malaysia will assist you with the registration process. Among the documents required for registration are:
- Identification document that confirms the applicant’s citizenship.
- Three (3) passport sized photograph.
When the time comes for election, normal voters need to return to Malaysia to cast their votes based on the area they have registered in. For postal voters, casting of votes is made by post. Voting paper will be distributed once the Consulate General of Malaysia in Karachi has received it from SPR.
Warganegara Malaysia yang mencapai umur 21 tahun dikehendaki melaporkan diri sebagai pengundi. Bagi mereka yang menetap atau tinggal sementara melebihi satu tahun boleh datang sendiri ke Konsulat Jeneral Malaysia di Karachi.
Suruhanjaya Pilihanraya Malaysia melancarkan pendaftaran sepanjang masa melalui laman web: www.spr.gov.my
Pemilih yang layak perlu mengetahui kod Kerusi Dewan Undangan Negeri dan Kawasan Parlimen mereka berserta kod Peti Undi kawasan. Mereka boleh mendapatkan jawapan status pendaftaran mereka di alamat yang sama.