SPR akan mempamerkan senarai  42,051 nama pemilih yang rekodnya meragukan bukan untuk tujuan tuntutan atau bantahan. Sebaliknya untuk tujuan pengesahan daripada pemilih berkenaan atau waris kepada nama-nama yang dipamerkan itu.

Jika nama pemilih itu ada dalam senarai berkenaan, maka beliau perlu hadir ke Jabatan Pendaftaran Negara (JPN) untuk mengenalpasti masalah berhubung rekod nombor kad pengenalannya sebelum merujuk kepada SPR untuk urusan berkaitan dengan pendaftaran pemilihnya.

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EC admits 40,000 names in electoral roll ‘doubtful’

The Election Commission (EC) will be displaying a list of 40,000 names found in the electoral roll but information on them could not be verified, said EC chairman Abdul Aziz Mohd Yusof today.

He said the commission would be displaying the names for public viewing on its website to enable the individuals concerned to visit the EC’s office to resolve the issue.

“Their status could not be ascertained, in some cases the voter’s name in the electoral roll differed with that recorded by the National Registration Department.

“In other cases, we want to ensure whether the voter is still alive or not,” he told reporters after opening the 13th general election preparation briefing to returning officers and assistant returning officers at a hotel in Shah Alam today.

Abdul Aziz, however, said the list of 40,000 doubtful names was small and that EC was in the process of improving the electoral roll.

On the briefing today, Abdul Aziz said it was to provide initial information to returning officers and assistant returning officers on their duties and responsibilities during the 13th general election.

He said the first briefing was being held in Selangor but would be extended to other states such as Kelantan, Perak and Penang soon.

Abdul Aziz, however, said the briefing was only to train EC duty officers so that they were in a state of preparedness should the 13th general election be called but it did not mean the general election was very near.

He said the EC needed a staff strength of at least 160,00 people for the 13th general election compared to 150,000 in the last general election.


news source: Malaysiakini

‘EC, what are the criteria to amend electoral roll?’

The knee-jerk reaction of the Election Commission (EC) to ‘clean’ the electoral roll after irregularities were highlighted by the media, has raised the question whether the electoral roll can simply be amended at the commission’s whims and fancies.

azlanIn the past two weeks, members of the public and the opposition have been pointing out various flaws in the electoral roll including voters with a double identity, a voter wrongly named as ‘Kg Baru’ and voters with MyKad numbers that do not exist.

Whenever an irregularity was unearthed, the EC would scramble to correct it, either by arbitrarily changing the relevant voters’ details or deleting their names from the electoral roll.
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Gov’t to fund EC’s biometric system: PM

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The government has agreed to provide allocations for the Election Commission (EC) to implement the biometric voter verification system, Prime Minister Najib Razak said.

He said the system was one of the initiatives undertaken by the EC to ensure transparency in the country’s elections.

“The implementation of the biometric system will be able to counter allegations about the existence of phantom voters,” he said at a meet-the-people programme at Dewan 2020 in Kangar today.

NONEThe prime minister said BN was committed to implementing clean and fair elections and did not need the illegal organisation Bersih 2.0 to remind it.

“If improvements are needed, we will put them in place. We will strive to do our best; even developed countries are not doing this,” he said, adding that there was no need for people to demonstrate to call for free and fair elections because the government would ensure improvements to the system from time to time.

The prime minister noted that there were times when the ruling coalition were winning many votes and losing them at other times though the BN still held the majority.

“Had we been able to ensure victory, ministers would not have lost in elections and we would not have lost states (to the opposition).”

BN respects voices of the people

He added that the opposition had not raised any issue about unfair elections in the aftermath of the 2008 polls.

However, he said, when the BN began winning by-elections in the past two years, the opposition started to cry unfairness.

He said that if the BN was able to manipulate election results, it would have been able to do so in the 2004 general election when it lost by a mere two votes in the Kemuning state constituency.

“If votes can be manipulated, it would have been easy to find the three votes (needed to win the seat),” he said.

Even though losing Kelantan by one seat in the election, the BN did not resort to demonstrations because “we respect the voices of the people and the principles of democracy.”

In the 2004 polls, PAS candidate in Kemuning, Zakaria Yaacob polled 6,078 votes to defeat BN’s Wan Mohamad Zin Mat Amin, who obtained 6,076 votes.

The prime minister noted that Malaysia had been an example to other countries and that the people should not be influenced by certain quarters who resorted to raising all kinds of issues.

“They are attacking our institutions… the judiciary, police and others.

“The fact is, (Malaysia) would not be regarded an exemplary country if we have not administered it in a diligent and fair manner,” he said.

– Bernama