Friday, May 31, 2013

Sejuta Laporan Polis pun tidak akan mengubah keputusan Pilihan Raya kata Timbalan Pengerusi SPR ?


Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR) berkata laporan polis mengenai dakwat kekal tidak akan cukup untuk mempertikaikan keputusan pilihan raya umum ke-13, kerana dakwat itu hanya satu elemen tambahan untuk proses pilihan raya.

Timbalan Pengerusi SPR Datuk Wan Ahmad Wan Omar berkata demikian bagi mengulas laporan polis Ketua Pembangkang Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim mengenai dakwat kekal yang dibuat dalam tempoh tiga minggu selepas hari mengundi pada 5 Mei.

"Dia menggunakan isu dakwat kekal kerana Pakatan Rakyat kehabisan idea.

"Dakwaan Pakatan bahawa lebih 45,000 warga Bangladesh adalah pengundi hantu telah menjadi satu bahan ketawa kerana ia tidak masuk akal sama sekali," kata Wan Ahmad berkata seperti yang dilaporkan oleh portal berita, The Mole.

"Anwar membuat laporan polis dan mengarahkan penyokong-penyokongnya untuk melakukan perkara yang sama hanya kerana mereka mahu memastikan petisyen mereka akan disokong oleh sebab yang kukuh.

"SPR mengakui bahawa terdapat kes-kes di beberapa kawasan yang pekerja kita mempunyai beberapa masalah dengan dakwat. Tetapi seperti yang kita kata banyak kali, dakwat kekal digunakan sebagai satu elemen ditambah bagi mengelak pengundian berganda, "


Wan Ahmad juga berkata tidak ada cara untuk pengundi untuk membuang undi mereka dua kali kerana nama mereka akan diperiksa dan dipotong oleh kakitangan SPR dan ejen parti politik.

Ini laporan asal...

PETALING JAYA: The Election Commission (EC) said police reports on the indelible ink would not be enough to dispute the results of the 13th general election, as the ink was only an additional element to the electoral process.

EC deputy chairman Datuk Wan Ahmad Wan Omar was responding to Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's police report on the indelible ink, made over three weeks after polling day on May 5.

“He continues to harp on the indelible ink issue because Pakatan Rakyat is running out of ideas.

“Pakatan's allegation that over 45,000 Bangladeshis were phantom voters has become a laughing stock because it does not make sense at all,” Wan Ahmad said as reported by news portal, The Mole.

He also described the allegation as “grasping at straws”, adding that there had not been a single report to justify the claims.

“Anwar made a police report and ordered his supporters to do the same simply because they wanted to ensure their petition would be supported by a strong cause.

“The EC admits that there were cases in some areas that our workers had some problem with the ink. But as we said so many times, indelible ink was used as an added element to prevent multiple voting,” he said.

Wan Ahmad also said there was no way for voters to cast their ballot twice as their name would be checked and crossed by EC staff and political party agents.

The EC has also reportedly set up a special task force to investigate the different quality of the indelible ink.

“When we tested the sample, the quality was good. But things were different during polling day. So we will investigate this matter,” Wan Ahmad said.

At a rally last week, Opposition speakers had demanded re-election in constituencies where they claimed cheating had occurred on polling day, calling for EC chairman Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Mohd Yusof and his team to resign.

In response, Wan Ahmad said they had done their duty in accordance with the law, and even if they were willing to step down, the new faces would be subject to the same laws ~ The Star

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