Malaysia Election Commission (EC)

October 14, 2011 by staff 

Malaysia Election Commission (EC)Malaysia Election Commission (EC), The Election Commission (EC) shows the 40,000 names that are on the electoral roll but information on them could not be verified, said its president, Tan Sri Mohd Yusof Abdul Aziz today.

He said the commission will display the names on its website to allow interested persons to visit the office of the EC to resolve the problem.

“His condition could not be determined, in some cases the voter’s name on the electoral different from that recorded by the National Registration Department.

“In other cases, we want to ensure the voter is still alive,” he told reporters after officiating a briefing for officials of the EC.

“But this (the number of doubtful names) is a small thing and see it resolved soon.”

Abdul Aziz said the EC will take all necessary measures to ensure that the country in general elections 13 were performed without problems.

“In general, the preparation (for 13 GE) is good and we are prepared to face,” he said, adding that 160,000 workers will be mobilized to the EC the next election.

On another note, Abdul Aziz said the rezoning of constituencies can only be implemented after the next general election as the EC takes two years to complete the process.

He said the zoning change affecting every state, above all with an even number of seats.

He said the reason was to avoid a possible scenario where the state government has posted on any of the parties control 50% of the total seats.

“By changing the total seats to odd numbers, the chances of victory will not be bound to 50-50″ he said.

He predicted that the next elections to be the most difficult yet.

“It will be a tough fight … a lot of competition between the ruling coalition and the opposition,” he said.

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