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EC Denies Manipulating GE14 as Claimed by Bersih, Insists They Were Transparent


Ec Denies Bersih's Claims, Says They Were Transparent & Did Not Manipulate Ge14 - World Of Buzz
Source: Malay Mail

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Although the 14th general election has already concluded, certain issues are far from settled as far as Bersih is concerned.

Just yesterday (14th May), the coalition for clean and fair elections, Bersih, made an appeal for all seven members of the Election Commission (EC) to resign within the next 100 days, and that they would take legal action if they refused to resign.

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Source: malay mail 

Right after that, the organisation also took to Twitter to list out the various complaints they received regarding the EC. Among these complaints included;

  1. Vote-buying on polling day and the eve of polling 
  2. Form 13 and form 14 not correctly completed and issued
  3. Impersonation and phantom voters and refusal to properly cross off names from electoral roll 
  4. Voters unknowingly registered as postal voters or postal voter’s names not crossed off electoral roll
  5. Ballot papers with markings, ballot papers issued without the official Election Commision stamp or serial numbers, refusal to issue a fresh ballot despite spoiling ballots
  6. Ballot boxes for Parliament and State being wrongly labelled
  7. Biased behavior by election officials and workers
  8. Police recording race of voters
  9. Difficulties in access to polling stations and difficulties in voting for OKU
  10. Polling stations closing at 5pm while voters still waiting in line to cast their votes
  11. Campaigning on polling day 

In response to these complaints, the EC issued a press statement denying that there was any manipulation that went on during the 14th general election.

They emphasised that the election process was transparent and that the EC chief was willing to prove this.

Complaints with regards to the EC during polling day (9th May) began circulating online, with many individuals claiming that officers refused to sign forms during the vote-counting process.

Protests also broke out at a polling station in Setia Alam due to this issue, while news of power outages at some stations also began to circulate. At a polling station in Wangsa Maju, a recording that surfaced on Facebook also appears to have shown an EC agent refusing to sign the necessary forms accepting the results.

Now, it looks like we’ll have to wait and see how this issue will be handled by the relevant authorities.


Also read: Bersih Wants All EC Members to Resign For Hanky-Panky During GE14

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