(Ijok) 143 April 30, 2007Posted by elizabethwong in Democracy, Malaysia, Politics.
(To make up for lost blogging time, this entire week will see daily excerpts of BN’s fraudulent acts.)
Nope. This doesn’t refer to 143 impossibly buffed and gorgeous guys in Ijok, though I have to admit KeADILan does have a disproportionate number of distractingly good-looking men .
There are 143 unreturned ballot papers from the Ijok by-election.
One would may think this is quite trivial. But from a local MCA source, their disappearances point to a tactic used manipulate the votes.
Person A takes out a ballot paper and passes on to a BN agent in return for cash.
This ballot paper is then marked taken in by Person B who would cast with this piece of ballot, then take out an unfilled one in return for cash.
The empty ballot paper can be taken to other polling centres to start the process from that end. And there are more than one person in this process, creating a multiplier effect of a steady stream of votes for BN.
(Next – Exclusive photographs of passengers of phantom buses, and the man who broke the windscreen of *the* 4-wheel drive which stopped the buses.)