Election Commission (EC) chairman Abdul Aziz Yusof said postal votes will be allowed only in exceptional situations.
This development can be seen as a move by the EC to institue reforms in the country's election procedures.
Abdul Aziz said police and army personnel will now vote in advance in a system identical to regular voting.
"The process is the same as regular voting with ballot boxes. There are no envelopes. The only difference is it would be held a couple of days before polling day," he told reporters at the EC headquarters here.
He added that the EC will also carry out recommendations to implement the use of indelible ink in the 13th general election which is likely to be held early next year.
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