Malaysia Polls Stained by Ink Row - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

Complaints that the indelible ink used at polling stations isn't completely indelible may leave their mark on Malaysia's showdown parliamentary election. The ink is used to mark the fingers of voters. It's intended to stop them voting more than once. But some say they've been able to remove the ink easily.



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