Youths told to vote for better govt
By:Amyra Varkisa

SIBU: Youths need to have a better government that can govern Malaysia well so that more opportunities can be created for them, said Oscar Ling.

Hence, the incumbent Sibu MP urged all youths to come forward and exercise their constitutional right to vote in the upcoming 15th general election (GE15).

“Young people, they all have a dream. They hope Malaysia becomes a better country that will provide better opportunities for them to be successful here.

“So, in order to make this dream come true, this coming GE15 is very important. Hence, we urge all the young people to go out (vote), those who registered under Undi 18 and the first-time voters,” he said yesterday (Oct 29).

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