Remember this 2011 KiniTV video confession of an ex-army personnel, Nasir Mohamad, at a PAS-organised press conference?
He said when he was in the armed forces, he was once ordered to mark ballot papers. Between him and another clerk, they marked around 900 ballots. Although he wasn't ordered to mark for a particular party, the fact was that he had deprived the rightful recipients of the ballots of their right to vote.
But there was another discrepancy he highlighted. He himself had never registered as a postal voter yet he received his postal ballot in 1986 and so he voted as a postal voter. For the following general election, he checked whether he was still a postal voter but mysteriously he was no longer listed as that.
The third revelation in this video was that out of 290 Election Commission temporary staff who were allowed to vote via post, 62% didn't return their ballots yet were later found to have voted.
Another point made was the extreme difference between the results of national polling and advance voting in Sibu. In the former, Pakatan Rakyat won 18,775 (50%), Barisan Nasional 42% and the rest are undi rosak, but in advance polling, BN won 82%, PR only 2.47%.
Lastly, check out the 7 different signatures of one Captain Azizi on Borang 2, which is to be signed by an officer of the armed forces to verify any voter representation.
We thank these brave individuals for coming forward to expose these serious problems in the conduct of our elections. Which is why #BERSIH 2.0 is pushing for greater transparency and security for advance voting as one of the major, doable reforms for the EC before #GE14.
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