- Voters with the same name, same date of birth and almost identical IC numbers;
- Voters with the same name and same address;
- Voters with no address;
- Many voters registered in one address;
- Stuffing many voters into one dubious address;
- Voters identified in the Likas by-election petition and the Sabah RCI as doubtful citizens;
- Voters deleted and added to the electoral roll without being included in the public display;
- Fraudulent registration of voters;
- Multiple parliament and state constituencies assigned to a single household.
For postal voters there are voters that appear as both an ordinary voter and a postal voter in the electoral roll.
What do we want?
- A complete audit of the current electoral roll, with special attention given to Sabah, to ensure:
- Only citizens are present;
- There are no duplications of voters, in particular of military and police personnel;
- All voters are registered in a verified address.
- Repeal Section 9A of the Elections Act to allow challenges to the electoral roll in court.
- Make it an offence for illegal alterations of the electoral roll or attempts to add voters to the electoral roll illegally (imagine – it’s not an offence now!).
- Set up an Independent Electoral Roll Auditing Committee to correct errors in the electoral roll.
- Put the electoral roll online that can be accessed for a minimal fee, but protect privacy by imposing a heavy penalty for abuse and distribution of personal data in the roll for commercial reasons.
What else do we want? Click here to find out.