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Can Rashid explain these? February 27, 2008

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This from my friend, Kok Fah, a staunch opposition supporter:-

I’m a voter since 1986. Since 1995 I vote in Puchong. When i checked my name before nomination at SPR web site I’m still a voter in Puchong. But when i checked my name just now, i’m not a voter, i can’t vote.

I’m now at Kajang PKR bilik gerekan, we received some conplaints that they vote in 2004 Dun Kajang, now they cant vote because they are not a voter, some had been tranfer to other areas.

This sounds like my case during the 1999 General Elections. I registered in April 1997, had a receipt and all, yet my name didn’t appear on the rolls in 1999. I had to re-register again.

And, are these people very very old or too young to vote? (check with http://daftarj.spr.gov.my/daftar.asp; birthdates below which appear in the current electoral)

871205740015
870914105781
870418105790
871016146308
881231100432
881103750027
880505066047
880906087033
881030136332
891102740096
891129740088
890520610089
890112146416
890920076065
890403615016
910609755079
920622710069
920612740045

Is it incompetence or desperation on part of the BN/EC alliance? Either way, it’s reason enough to VOTE THIS GOVERNMENT OUT!

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1. chongzhemin - February 27, 2008

They are definitely too old to vote. The dob is provided in the ec website.

Name : K HASSAN R
Birth Year : 1888
Gender : L
Locality : 092 / 01 / 07 / 002 – PARIT BHARU
Polling District : 092 / 01 / 07 – KAMPUNG PARIT BAHARU
State Assemblies : 092 / 01 – SUNGAI AIR TAWAR
Parliamentary : 092 – SABAK BERNAM

By they way, something’s wrong with your ec website link. It’s link to some friendster page.

2. zewt - February 27, 2008

so… this is the tactic huh…

3. chongzhemin - February 27, 2008

Just to add more to your list…

801018775059
800311086231
811028045577
830416610017
841207065917
851222740019
850513106435
851117106729
850802106378
850916086838
860320145365
861101105077
860208145701
860320145357
861217145011
860126145839

I believe there are still more phantom voters outside.

By the way, a poster in Kit’s blog posted an excel spreadsheet to detect phantom voters by generating all combinations of Malaysian IC numbers..

http://blog.limkitsiang.com/2008/02/25/ceramahs-tonight-and-tomorrow/#comment-80633

I’ve downloaded and try to run it but still no idea how it works. Maybe you can take a look at it.

4. bamboo river - February 27, 2008

I voted thrice for Paya Jaras and Subang before I was transfered to Shah Alam for the 2004 GE.I settled in Shah Alam since 1998.
Now , I was re located back to vote for the Paya Jaras and Subang where the venue is about 30 km away from Shah Alam. I am going to vote anyway.
My wife is voting in Shah Alam .
This is really odd.
I am going to bring the print out from SPR website on my polling venue just in case they make another odd decision when I cast my vote.

5. yh - February 27, 2008

believe that there will be more to come. what about double votes from postal voters as revealed by some other bloggers. hey , the EC will continue front page mainstream news that the electoral roll is clean. anybody that reads blogs know that this is an outright lie.
expect more shit from this ra-shit fella. he is there to ensure that BN wins again and the end will justify any means.

6. anak perelih - February 27, 2008

for these super old voters… – more than 89 years old.. identify and mark them in your area. During election day, any of them coming to vote, look at them if they’re really that old…. if not.. protest that it’s a phantom voter….

7. anonymous dud - February 27, 2008

seriously, i wonder why ppl still need to register when the EC can just fetch the data from JPN. WTF ? Isn’t this 21st century where IT triumphed ? the gov even compose a song guna IT, and got portal gov.my, but yet require registration before one eligible to vote ……

8. oA - February 27, 2008

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looks like thats how bn maintain their dominance all these while.

this is definitely not incompetence.

these are tactics of LOSERS.

can these lists be cross checked with the after election rolls.

9. Justice Please - February 28, 2008

Foul-plays again

10. Justice 4 Altantuya - February 29, 2008

This is UMNO dirty vote rigging to deny Opposition Parties from winning. No wonder UMNO/BN so confident of being reelected again.

11. goldenscreen - February 29, 2008

How about this army voter who is registered to vote TWICE, one by postal vote and another the normal vote:

IC Number : T715511
Name: AMRAN B ZAINUDDIN
Birth Year: 1967
Gender: L
Locality: 042 / 06 / 06 / 635 – TUDM B’WORTH
Polling District: 042 / 06 / 06 – JALAN MESJID
State Assemblies: 042 / 06 – TELOK AYER TAWAR
Parliamentary: 042 – TASEK GELUGOR
State: PULAU PINANG
Polling Centre: POS
Polling Stream: 0
Voting Time: -
Serial No: 363

IC Number : 670104075529 / A0624038
Name: AMRAN B ZAINUDDIN
Birth Year: 1967
Gender: L
Locality: 089 / 35 / 04 / 005 – JLN TOK MUDA HJ MOHAMAD
Polling District: 089 / 35 / 04 – PEKAN KARAK
State Assemblies: 089 / 35 – SABAI
Parliamentary: 089 – BENTONG
State: PAHANG
Polling Centre: SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN KARAK
Polling Stream: 2
Voting Time: 08.00 PAGI – 05.00 PETANG
Serial No: 864

12. A good citizen - March 3, 2008

I can’t accept the kind of government that will use our taxes to analyze and manipulate and reshuffle our voters to areas or simply take them out of the system instead of using our taxes for building a better country for the people. If we want to compete, let’s compete on the fair ground. If the current government thinks that they have the leadership, the visions, the ability to lead this country, then they should not be afraid of the competitions. It is only when they are not confident, they are not transparent, they have no mid and long term plans on how to take Malaysia to the next level in the domestic as well as world scene that they need to do all these in order to keep their positions in the parliment.


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