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More phantom voters discovered in <b>Permatang Pauh</b> | Free Malaysia Today

Posted: 04 Jul 2011 11:38 PM PDT

The names of 'phantom voters' posted on the Election Commission's official website has the organisation in a spot.

KUALA LUMPUR: The Election Commission's (EC) newest website "Semakan Daftar pemilik" has been down for 36 hours after opposition bloggers disclosed that there were over 148 dubious names in the voter list.

Several Pakatan Rakyat-friendly bloggers had revealed new evidence that the 148 phantom voters were registered in Permatang Pauh. The seat is held by PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim.

According to blog Perisik Rakyat, the 60 names were registered under one address – No 1138, Kampung Bagan Serai, Permatang Pauh, Penang. Perisik Rakyat is a Kelantan-based blogger.

More new evidence of electoral list tampering has also risen.

On the heel of Perisik's disclosure, another blogger Milo Suam has revealed that some 88 "ghost" voters were also registered under one address.

According to Milo Suam, the 88 voters of various races including the Malays, Chinese and Indians were all registered at a common address at No 1155, Kampung Bagan Serai, Jalan Sembilang, Seberang Jaya, Permatang Pauh, Penang.

They included men and women.

Milo Suam who visited the address said that it was a "small wooden house just a few metres away from the other address", which purportedly housed the 60 voters.

It is also learnt that another similar scam has been detected in one of the addresses in the Tambun constituency in Perak.

Following the public disclosure of the blogger's discovery, the "Semakan Daftar pemilik" website was shut down.

When FMT tried to access the site, the words "server error in/applications" popped up.

A curious Milo Suam has questioned the site's inaccessibility.

"Why is the EC taking so long to rectify the errors on the site? It has been 36 hours and the website is still not accessible. What has happened?" the blogger asked.

The discovery of the phantom voters on the electoral list has put EC deputy chairman Wan Ahmad Wan Omar in an embarrassing position.

Last Thursday, he said that it was difficult to fulfil Bersih's eight demands for electoral reforms.

According to Wan Ahmad, cleaning up the electoral rolls, including removing the names of deceased voters, is unnecessary.

He also refuted allegations that voters were being moved to different constituencies without their knowledge.

Bersih, a coalition of NGOs calling for free and fair elections, is organising a "Walk For Democracy" on July 9.

Meanwhile, FMT tried to contact the EC but was told that the officer in charge of the "Semakan Daftar pemilih" website was not around.

Also read:

60 'phantom votes' in Permatang Pauh

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