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(GE12) Rashid again February 15, 2008

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Hand in the cookie jar syndrome.

He said there is no such thing as ‘phantom voter’, claiming that nobody has ever produced proof.

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Earlier this week, electoral reform group Bersih has presented proof of the existence of 104 voters aged above 100 in the Selangor electoral roll to the Selangor EC.

Pressed by a reporter on this issue, he rebutted: “You want to argue over small things like this? You’re questioning me like in a court of law.” (Malaysiakini, 14 Feb 2008)

Is that why the EC is mum about the indelible ink?

(See Rockybru, whose identity may well be used by a ‘phantom’ this elections!)

Rounding up 2007 December 29, 2007

Posted by elizabethwong in Current Affairs, Democracy, Human Rights, Malaysia, Note2Self, Politics, Race Relations.
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Quote of the year: Something to chew on, while waiting for the New Year and the coming General Elections.

“If the Barisan Nasional is really strong as they claim, they do not have to resort to such measures.”

(Source: Ansari Abdullah, lawyer and Parti KeADILan Rakyat‘s Sabah Liaison Chief, referring to high-handed police tactics.. Quoted in Daily Express, Sabah. Ansari is also the lawyer for former Chief Minister of Sabah Chong Kah Kiat who filed a lawsuit against the Kudat Town Board over the construction of a Mazu statue)