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The real phantom voters stopped at polling centers never arrested by police, so SPR can say no phantom voters

election fraud in Malaysia

The biggest fraud in the election is not foreign phantom voters, but the fake votes printed in advance and keep in the standby ballot boxes, waiting to be shipped to polling counting centers when needed.

The fake votes are always declared as postal votes from the army, police and public servants.

This cheating is difficult to detect on the spot unless you can tally the fake vote series number one by one with a computer system.

I hope the opposition challenge SPR in court and asking a tally check on series numbers to find out how many fake votes. But the fake votes most likely have been destroyed after counting and leave no traits.

Take action against Kian Ming, voter told

PETALING JAYA: The Election Commission has taken Serdang MP Dr Ong Kian Ming to task for mistakenly identifying a registered Malaysian voter as a foreigner and urged the citizen to lodge a police report.

EC deputy chairman Datuk Wan Ahmad Wan Omar urged the voter to take action against DAP’s Ong for the grievance and to serve as a lesson to others.

“You cannot judge a Malaysian by his appearance or skin colour. It is very irresponsible to make such accusations.

“The voter should lodge a police report and proceed with the legal process,” he said yesterday.

It was reported that Ong had recently apologised for his accusation and wanted to personally meet Chua Lai Fatt and his family to extend his apologies.

Ong had used Chua as an example of foreigners being given Malaysian identity cards.

The voter was accused of being a foreigner as he was dark-skinned but had a Chinese name in his identity card.

Chua is a Malaysian Indian who was adopted by a Chinese family when he was young, hence his Chinese name.

Wan Ahmad said it was against the law to prevent a voter from exercising his right to cast his vote, adding that it was an offence under the Elections Offences Act.

On another matter, he said the EC had collected evidence against those who had slandered it and was now mulling over the next course of action.

“The EC has decided not to take the slander and allegations lightly.

“We have all the evidence and they cannot run away from it. Our legal division is studying them and will advice on what is the best action to be taken,” he said.

“The elections are over and yet these people are still slandering the EC and blatantly lying to the people.”

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Qabil says:

Penangkapan Adam Adli oleh pihak polis boleh mencetuskan kebangkitan anak muda di seluruh negara!!!

nkkhoo says:

I support you people go for peaceful protests by giving police 10-day notice. Do not learn PR disrespecting laws passed in the parliament.