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Saturday, December 30, 2017

GE14 will be a 'half-sham', says Dr M

Highlighting a series of alleged discrepancies in the electoral roll, Bersatu chairperson Dr Mahathir Mohamad has claimed that the 14th general election (GE14) will be a “separuh sandiwara" (half-sham).
Moreover, he said the situation would worsen if BN wins, and the following general elections would be a “full sham”.
“The GE14 may be the last election to be held in our blessed country if (Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak) wins. GE14 has become a half-sham.
“If Najib wins, the coming elections would be wholly a sham. Why did I say so? Because not only is Najib changing the constituency boundaries, but the electoral roll that has become our guide all this while has been changed, and changed, and changed again.
“This time, we have found that the people no longer have the right to vote in their own constituencies, and they may be brought to vote where it is hoped that Malays can be bribed to vote for BN,” he said in his speech at Bersatu’s annual general meeting in Shah Alam today.
He explained that although these changes had been made, not all voters had been affected. However, this may not remain the case after the next elections.

Among others, he claimed that 3.9 million voters in the electoral roll used in the 13th general election did not have an address.
He also highlighted several cases where an improbable number of voters were purported to live in the same address, and several other cases where the address provided was invalid and pointed to places such as fields and non-existent apartment blocks.
In one example, he said a house in Nilai, Negri Sembilan is purported to be registered to 16 voter - two Malay, 13 Indian, and one Chinese.
Mahathir also highlighted several names that appeared to be “most popular” on the electoral roll.
He said, among others, that there are 804 voters named “Ismail bin Ibrahim” nationwide, and 763 voters named “Fatimah binti Abdullah”. It is unclear whether these are coincidences.
“I need to expose this because I want to ask the Election Commission (EC) how did this happen?” he said, pointing out that the EC no longer provides draft supplementary electoral rolls to political parties for inspection.
“Why did they (stop)? Because they want to cheat,” he said.- Mkini

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