Dear Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Hj. Ab. Rashid Bin Ab. Rahman,
You as Chairman Election Commission of Malaysia, please explain this.
1. Vote in TUDM Butterworth as postal vote.
2. Then go back to Tumpat, Kelantan to vote again! Hurray!!!!!
Same name, same year of birth, same father’s name but different voting place? So he vote through postal vote and the vote will be sent to Tasik Gelugor, Pulau Pinang and then make a trip to go back to Tumpat, Kelantan to vote again? How fantastic!! Malaysia Truly Asia, Malaysia Boleh!
Updated 5.04pm :
I did a search to see if anybody posted on this before. Interesting, I found this blog here. I grabbed the photo from the site for all to see.
Okay, now if you see both pictures, the pictures I posted earlier I captured today from the latest SPR electoral roll website. It is in the latest format used by SPR to show the voter’s details. Then, the pictures above were captured sometime last year, and the details of the voter were shown in an older format. Do you notice that, comparing the latest format and and previous one, what is the difference? Yes! In the old format, SPR put ‘Tarikh Lahir’ but in the latest format only ‘Tahun Lahir’ is shown!!
Why SPR do this? (Change of format). I can only think of one reason. Say if anybody arguing on the identity of the voter using the current format, SPR easily can say ‘Well, maybe there are two different persons with same name but born in the same year. Possible right?’ But, referring to the old format, it it very unlikely for a person with the same name will be born on the very same day at two different locations??? Now, that’s Malaysia for you. 🙂