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Many claim names missing from electoral rolls – DAP
Posted on May 2, 2013, Thursday
PENAMPANG: DAP Sabah said it has received many complaints from voters in the state claiming that their names have gone missing from the electoral rolls.
Its candidate for the Likas state seat, Junz Wong, told reporters that DAP had also received numerous complaints from those who have found out that there are discrepancies in the spelling of their names on the electoral rolls.
“Then, there are those who have never registered as voters before but were surprised when they checked the electoral roll out of curiosity, and found that their names were on it,” he said during a press conference at the DAP headquarters here yesterday.
Junz said the Election Commission (EC) has a moral responsibility to explain why this had happened. All these discrepancies are giving weight to talks that this 13th general election is going to be the dirtiest one so far, he claimed.
On the spelling discrepancies of voters’ names in the electoral roll, Junz said that it was unacceptable and is a serious matter that needs to be resolved immediately.
Although the identity card numbers match, the names are either wrongly spelt, or have added alphabets or alias added, he pointed out.
“So this means that the person will not be able to vote on polling day and maybe a phantom voter would be doing it in their stead. So we urge all those who are in this situation to just go and try to vote on polling day.
“If their attempt fails, then seek assistance from DAP agents at the polling centres as they would have been briefed about the situation. The agents will try to ensure that they get to vote or that any attempts by another individual to vote using the name on the electoral roll will be prevented from doing so,” he said.