PJU: Phantom voters live in phantom houses

The house numbers of SS3/39 ends at 111; but if you check the electorate rolls for PJU (where I lost in 1999 and 2004), you could find house numbers from 201 to 1518 ! And 90% of these phantom voters who lived in these phantom houses were Malay voters.

Now you know why BERSIH is so keen in cleaning up the electoral rolls and press for a clean and fair electoral system.










12 Responses to “PJU: Phantom voters live in phantom houses”

  1. KSTAN Says:

    In that case then PJU will forever belong to BN’s MCA lah ….. clean up the bloody electoral list for PJU! I think Rashid should contest for the PJU seat if he cares so much for BN to win 100% in the next GE.

  2. justiciary Says:

    All right thinking people should support BERSIH and press for immediate clean up of the electoral roll.How can GE be held when there are phantom voters every where? BN is real shit if they resort to dirty tactics in elections.

  3. ILoveMyCountry-Malaysia Says:

    Malaysia … anything can boleh one.

  4. shiver Says:

    that is the stupidest thing ever! clean electoral my foot!
    ronnie bro, what else can we do to make them to STOP the phantom and postal votes??
    im so glad you got your website up again, yours is one of the better ones that i always come to read~

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    The BN in the form of the MCA tried to stir up the businessmen, especially the Chinese ones, to condemn Bersih’s demo by saying that it disrupted their businesses.
    For the betterment of our country, sacrificing a few hours or even a few days’ businesses aren’t much, if it could free us from the grip of the BN government.
    The DAP should start an immediate campaign to instill in them the value and duty of a true Malaysian.

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