PUTRAJAYA: The Election Commission (EC) will hold the Draft Supplementary Electoral Rolls (RDPT) display for the first quarter of 2021 for 14 days beginning Wednesday (April 28) until May 11 at 908 locations throughout the country.
EC secretary Datuk Ikmalrudin Ishak said the rolls contain 52,382 voter registration applications from Malaysian citizens and 19,679 applications for a change in electoral divisions from voters registered between Jan 1 and March this year.
"All applicants should check their names in the Q1/2021 RDPT.
"If their names are not listed, they can make a claim through Form B.
"Voters registered in any electoral division wishing to object to the inclusion of any name in the Q1/2021 RDPT in any electoral division, can do so by filling up Form C," he said in a statement on Tuesday (April 27).
The EC said Forms B and C could be downloaded from any state election office website and should be handed to the voter registrar (state election director) for the constituency during office hours at any working day throughout the display duration.
There are several ways of checking the Q1/2021 RDPT, including going to any of the display locations nationwide and scanning the QR code for the parliamentary constituency; checking any state election office’s official website; going to any state election office and checking the Q1/2021 RDPT book available; and checking the EC website at https://pengundi.spr.gov.my/ or using the MySPR Semak app.
Throughout the duration of the display, names of voters removed from the electoral rolls because of death, revocation of citizenship or any causes based on the Regulation 10 and 25(2) of the Elections (Registration of Electors) Regulations will also be displayed.
For more information or enquiries, contact the EC hotline at 03-8892 7018 or any state election office. - Bernama