Thursday, May 9, 2013

The worst scumbag and he is ashamed to let the world know that he stole the GE13 for Najib.


Not happy with stolen election? Don't tell others & make us look bad - EC
Thursday, 09 May 2013 12:12

Not happy with stolen election? Don't tell others & make us look bad - EC

For Malaysians who are disappointed with the results of the just-concluded general election, here's an advice from the Election Commission: Don't tell the whole world about it.

EC deputy chairman Wan Ahmad Wan Omar argued that candidates are given 21 days to file their protest at the High Court over the election process once results are gazetted.

"The people have the right to challenge the general election results, but through legal channels. Do not go to the streets to demonstrate and tell the whole world that they reject the general election," he said.

EC has come under fire from the public following numerous reports of frauds during polling day, including failure of its indelible ink to stay permanent and the spotting of non-citizens as voters.

Responding to the allegation, EC insisted that the electoral roll was clean as it ‘matched’ the National Registration Department’s record. On the washable indelible ink, Wan Ahmad dismissed it as a concern.

"I’m not worried about indelible ink washed off today because tomorrow you cannot vote. How is he going to vote without a MyKad or an IC number? One rakyat’s name is only stated once,” he said, despite earlier proofs of voter names appearing more than once.

Earlier, PAS information chief Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man said only a people’s referendum can decide whether the current leadership of EC should stay.

“The movement for electoral reforms must continue. A people’s referendum must be held against the EC’s leadership, to determine whether or not it should be given the mandate to continue,” he said.
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