Survey on Electoral Reform on Overseas Voting for GE 15
Are you a Malaysian citizen currently living overseas and 16 years old or older? If so, we want YOU to take part in this survey, the results of which will help us to design a trustworthy overseas voting process that will deliver a free and fair GE15 for the Malaysian diaspora. It should take approximately only 15 minutes to complete.
After many years of campaigning by Global Bersih, the Electoral Reform Committee (ERC) and Election Commission (EC) have agreed to engage with us to develop a mutually satisfactory GE15 Overseas Voting (OV) process. Tell us what changes you want to see and what we need to do. The results from the survey will be used as a framework for our Overseas Voting Reform Proposal.
For more information check out www.globalbersih.org or email contact@globalbersih.org
Information
You are invited to participate in an online survey on Electoral Reform for Overseas Malaysians. This is a survey being conducted by Global Bersih (https://www.globalbersih.org). It should take approximately 15 minutes to complete.

PARTICIPATION
Your participation in this survey is voluntary. You may exit the survey at any time. You are free to decline to answer any particular question but we will appreciate it if you complete the whole survey for a clearer picture of views and concerns of Malaysians overseas.

CONFIDENTIALITY
All data from this survey will be used only by Global Bersih for research purposes, and contact/personal details will not be shared with a third party. You can choose to remain anonymous. Your participation means that Global Bersih has your consent to use the data collected to design proposals for the Malaysian Election Commission.

CONTACT
If you have any questions about the survey and its procedures, any concerns or complaints, please contact us at contact@globalbersih.org.

Age
City of residence
Your answer
Country of residence
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Occupation (including homemaker, retired and student )
Your answer
How long have you been residing outside of Malaysia?
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