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Saturday, June 29, 2013

Pakatan 'denied 4 seats' due to Sabah's dubious voters

Pakatan Rakyat could have won about four more parliamentary seats in Sabah in the recent general election if not for dubious voters on the electoral roll, said Jaringan Orang Asal SeMalaysia (JOAS) secretariat director Jannie Lasimbang.

Jaringan Orang Asal SeMalaysia (JOAS) secretariat director Jannie Lasimbang frontShe told a seminar in Kuala Lumpur today that number of dubious identity card holders in Beaufort, Tawau, Kota Marudu and Batu Sapi exceed the majority won by BN.

In Beaufort for example, she said there are around 1,061 alleged dubious IC holders but the BN's majority there was 673. In Tawau, there are 7,472 such IC holders compared to the 4,947-vote majority.

She said this is based on the Malaysian Electoral Roll Analysis Project's (Merap) analysis of Sabah and Sarawak National Registration Department (NRD) identity card division assistant chief Ruslan Alias' testimony at the Sabah Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI), who had produced a list of such identity card holders to the commission.

"The analysis shows that there should be three, possibly four, that could have been won, based on the assumption who were put there (on the list) were not really there," said Lasimbang, who is former Suhakam commissioner.

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