EC: BN wins Bukit Kota, Bukit Sari seats uncontested


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  • Monday, 25 Apr 2016

KUCHING: The Election Commission (EC) confirms that Barisan Nasional has won two state seats uncontested.

Its chief Datuk Seri Mohd Hashim Abdullah (pic) said Datuk Dr Abdul Rahman Ismail had won the Bukit Kota seat while Datuk Amar Awang Tengah Ali Hasan has won the Bukit Sari seat.

“As of the close of nominations, two candidates have been declared winners by Election Commission returning officers,” he told a press conference at its headquarters on Monday.

He said that two nominations paper had been rejected, one from PKR in Pantai Damai and one independent in Kuala Rajang.

Mohd Hashim also said that the EC expected a 75% voter turn out on polling day on May 7.

In the last state election in 2011, the turnout was about 70%.

He said the first results are expected to be announced after 6pm, while the full result are expected to be known by 11pm.

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