‘Technical glitch’ causing issues with Kota Kinabalu PKR’s physical voting session


KOTA KINABALU: A technical glitch is said to be the reason why some voters who turned up for the physical voting in PKR's party polls could not vote for the Kota Kinabalu branch committee positions on Sunday (May 22).

In a statement here, Datuk Christina Liew, who was defending the post of Kota Kinabalu branch head, was surprised when informed by voters that the list of candidates vying for those posts were missing from the voting tablet provided by the party election committee (JPP).

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