S’wak voters ‘transferred’ to Kelantan


KUCHING: Several Sarawakians have found to their chagrin that they are now voters in Kampong Pulat, Kelantan, and want the Election Commission (EC) to rectify the error and also give an explanation.

See Chee How, vice-chairman of Sarawak PKR, said the EC has admitted that there were complaints from people in Kuching who are suddenly voters of Kampong Pulat, Kelantan.

See highlighted the case of Chu Mui Na of Jalan Stephen Yong, Batu Kawah, Kuching, who was shocked to find out that she has now become a voter in Kampong Pulat in Kelantan.

She gave me the information and I checked with the state EC. At first the officer was very defensive even saying that the woman could have gone to Kelantan.

I told the officer that when she applied to register herself as a voter, her IC was attached to the registration form. All the details are there.

Obviously it was the fault of the EC, said See, demanding that the commission rectify its mistake so that Chu could vote in the coming general election.

According to See, the officer admitted that there were complaints from people in Kuching who have found themselves to be voters of the same kampung.

See said that some people in Baram told him that they had registered themselves as voters, but their polling stations are two days by foot and boat from their longhouses and villages.

For example, some voters of Long Lelang have to go to Lio Matu to cast their votes. Lio Matu is two days away by foot and boat from Long Lelang. There is a road linking the two places.

It is impossible for them to go and vote, he said.

In the case of Chu, and several others who are in a similar predicament, it is impossible for them to go to Kelantan. They dont know where Kampong Pulat is.

If they are not able to go there to vote, it is possible some people may be issued with the ballot papers and vote in their place, he said.

See, the Batu Lintang assemblyman, added: If we look at the testimonies coming out at the Sabah RCI, it is obvious that the EC is colluding with Umno.

They are not only doing it in Sabah, but also in Sarawak, and Im sure it happening elsewhere. There are a lot of complaints in Selangor, he said.

What we have found out could be the tip of the iceberg. So we demand that EC gives an explanation.

You cannot hide something; otherwise it is a deliberate attempt to cheat in the coming election which is a very crucial one, he said, calling all voters to check the status of their registration before it is too late.

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Lai liao…EC chut pattern liao…BN chut pattern liaooo…

haiz , typical tricks.

Do some checking, they haven’t send me yet to Timbaktu

They’ll do anything to keep BN in power.

And even worse, if PR wins, BN will deploy their side army (perkosa, pekida) to provoke and causing may13th version 2.

and its just gonna get worse and worse…

mark my words

[quote=“soundsyst64”]They’ll do anything to keep BN in power.

And even worse, if PR wins, BN will deploy their side army (perkosa, pekida) to provoke and causing may13th version 2.[/quote]

Side army my ass. Bunch of retards that just want to belong to something… perkida, perkasa and all those umno/bn stray dogs are nothing in sabah and sarawak. berani sidak coba molah hal di sabah sarawak… we welcome it. kosong ruang rumah sikda palak bergantung…

My daughter in London is a voter in Semenyih

When Penang Deputy Chief Minister II P Ramasamy went to his family house in Kajang recently, he was not really surprised to receive a Love Selangor letter from Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak. However, what really surprised him and became his scorn and condemnation for Najib and the Election Commission was the conducting a of a fraudulent exercise to register voters.

A closer look proved that the letter was addressed to his 25-year-old daughter Sri Vaitheki, who is pursuing her PhD programme in the British capital, London.
The letter includes information stating that Sri Vaithekis voting centre is Semenyih.
However, Ramasamy said at a press conference in Penang today: Why is this happening? My daughter says she had never registered as a voter!
This is a fraudulent exercise by the Election Commission and Najib to use this beautiful letter to get her to vote for BN. This surely must be happening to many Malaysians and non-Malaysians.
I will be lodging a police report on this matter, on behalf of my daughter.
Ramasamy wants the EC to provide evidence as to who registered his daughter as a voter. How could this happen without her presence and the production of her MyKad, since there is no automatic registration of voters in Malaysia.
In his letter, Najib wishes Sri Vaitheki a Happy 2013 and goes on to slam the Pakatan Rakyat.
A tip of the iceberg
The prime minister also admits that there have been errors and shortages in the BN administration and promises to arise with new intentions and motivation to give the rakyat the best service.
Our promises are promises fulfilled, Najib says before signing off with Love Selangor, Have Confidence in the BN.
Ramasamy said this problem appeared to be merely a tip of the iceberg, and to date, the EC has not been able to clean up the electoral roll for the coming general election.
The EC has not also given any attention to Bersihs eight demands for clean and fair elections.
When registering as a voter, one must furnish his or her MyKad. So, who signed on my daughters behalf?
If this is the way the EC is operating, we are going to have massive problems. Is there another project called Registering False Voters in town? he mocked.
I am just wondering. If these so-called voters who are abroad do not come back to vote, how many will be voting on their behalf?

Act of treason

Ramasamy said his latest expose merely added to the strings of complaints against the EC.
He also condemned the recent revelations about Project IC to the royal commission of inquiry on unqualified immigrants in Sabah, calling it an act of treason.
He blamed the BN government for this, saying Project IC was merely one of the BNs desperate measures to win in the coming general election.
It is a desperate coalition doing desperate things. It seems like they are targeting the two million eligible voters who have yet to register, the Batu Kawan MP added.
Ramasamy urged the people to check their voting status, especially the newly registered voters and those eligible to vote but have yet to register.
I will be relpying, on my daughters behalf, to this letter from Najib. If the EC cannot produce evidence on who registered her as a voter, I will take this matter up. My question should be answered before the coming election. the Prai assemblyperson added.
In a similar development, Ramasamys aide Edriana Kaur also said at the press conference that her 29-year-old brother who had never registered as a voter had received a similar letter from Najib.

We live in Penang, but the letter was sent to our house in Butterworth. We received it last week and my brother says he had never registered as a voter, said Edriana.
Ramasamy asked: Does this mean that everybody Pakistanis, Bangladeshis and Indonesians in Malaysia can also be registered as voters?

Does EC give a hoot about this? You know I know…

Will the police act on this report? You KNow I know la…

it will just keep getting better and better <— Full of Sarcasm…

Dont worry. UBAH Rocket will take those corrupticians to the moon. Hahahaha… Corruptician= Corrupted Politician :slight_smile:

Why are the public servant so scared to vote the opposition?

Scare losing their job?

Anyway…hope all you guys check your details, don’t be transferred to west malaysia or somewhere else.