22 Feb 2017
Police report lodged over Johor MB
@khalednordin shoplot voting address
DAP Mengkibol assemblyperson Tan Hong Pin has lodged a police report over Johor Menteri Besar Khaled Nordin and 13 others changing their voting address to that of the Pasir Gudang Umno division headquarters.
This was after Khaled defended the move as legitimate and denied that the state Umno is involved in secretly moving voters into the district.
20 Feb 2017
Bersih: Johor MB in breach of NRD rules
Johor Menteri Besar Mohamed Khaled Nordin has likely violated National Registration Department (NRD) rules by using his service centre address as his MyKad address, said electoral reforms pressure group Bersih.
Citing Regulation 15 of the National Registration Regulations 1990 (Amendment 2007), Bersih leader Maria Chin Abdullah pointed out that the MyKad address must be a place of residence.
According to Regulation 15, a MyKad holder residing in a new place for more than 90 days must have this change of address reflected on the MyKad.
Khaled had told Malaysiakini that his MyKad address was replaced with the address of the Pasir Gudang Umno division headquarters in Taman Rinting, Masai last year.
This new address was then used to change his voter details. However, the crux of the issue, as exposed by Johor Pakatan Harapan yesterday, was that Khaled shared the same address with 13 other voters.
Maria pointed out that Form A, which was to be filled by those wishing to change their address on the voter list, under Regulation 12 of the Elections (Registration of Electors) Regulations 2002, stipulate that the address must be the same as the MyKad address.
EC must remedy situation
She said that while what Khaled was doing was not necessarily illegal, his intentions were “questionable”.
“This is outright manipulation of the electoral roll and obvious abuse of power as he is taking advantage of the Election Commission’s weak processes for his own interest.
“It is unacceptable that EC is allowing such abuses to happen. The EC must take responsibility and immediately correct the situation,” said Maria.
As for Khaled, Maria said he should lead by example by correcting the address on the MyKad and informing the EC of his change in address.
Kenapa la Johor ni zalim sangat biarkan MB Muafakat duduk kat Rumah Kedai ni? http://m.malaysiakini.com/news/373037
19 Feb 2017
Daftar Pemilih: ‘MB Johor tinggal di rumah kedai bersama 13 yang lain?’ http://wargamarhaen.blogspot.com/2017/02/daftar-pemilih-mb-johor-tinggal-di.html …
‘Is Johor MB living in a shoplot with 13 others?’
The latest voter list appears to suggest that Johor Menteri Besar Khaled Nordin resides in a shoplot in Masai, Johor with 13 others.
This was uncovered by Johor Pakatan Harapan after combing through the electoral roll for the fourth quarter 2016, that is currently on display.
According to Mengkibol state assemblyperson Tan Hong Pin, the address in question is the Pasir Gudang Umno division headquarters at 1, Jalan Tembusu Taman Rinting.
The electoral roll for third quarter 2016 recorded Khaled and his son Akmal Saufi’s change of voter address to the above location.
The electoral roll for the subsequent quarter recorded that 12 more people had been added to the same address.
“If the electoral roll is gazetted, then there will be 14 people, including the MB and his son, registered as voters at that address,” said the DAP assemblyperson.
This was among hundreds of suspicious voter details that Tan had submitted to the Johor Election Commission today.
According to Tan, the dubious voters had appeared in four parliamentary constituencies – Gelang Patah, Kluang, Segamat and Pasir Gudang.
Only in select constituencies
From the data that has been collected, Tan concluded that there appears to be an effort increase the number of voters at a specific address, either through registration of new voters or change in address.
Secondly, he concluded that these suspicious records would only appear in constituencies where BN faced stiff competition during the last general election.
“For example, (suspicious voter records appear) in the state constituency of Nusajaya (under Gelang Patah) and Mahkota (under Kluang), where BN won with a small majority.