April 22, 2021 House of Trust

Recall Elections: A Solution to Party-Hopping in Malaysia? – Panellists Update

Recall Elections webinar organised by Bait Al Amanah is approaching! Thus, we would like to announce our illustrious keynote speaker and our respected panellists that will discuss Recall Elections and other alternatives as potential solutions to party-hopping. Would Recall Elections be the best solution moving forward?

Seek your answer by joining us in exploring the comprehensive narratives of Recall Elections.

This interesting discussion is open and free for all.

Secure your seat by clicking this registration link: https://tinyurl.com/32sfvvdd

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