Review of July supplementary electoral roll now open

KUALA LUMPUR: Citizens aged 18 and above in July this year and registered voters who have applied for a change of constituency or status can check their particulars in the Supplementary Electoral Roll for July 2022 (DPT BLN7/2022).

Election Commission (EC) secretary Datuk Ikmalrudin Ishak said the review could be made until Sept 14 through five methods, such as via the EC portal at or

“The review can also be done through official EC office state portals at; online application at; MySPR Semak mobile application; and EC hotline at 03-8892 7018,” he said in a statement.

Ikmalrudin also said those who could not find their names in the electoral roll could make a claim by filling in Form C online at or visiting the respective state EC offices.

Apart from that, registered voters in any constituency who wish to make an objection to the entry of voters who have changed constituencies can fill in Form D and go to the state EC offices.

Ikmalrudin said Form C and Form D can be downloaded from state EC office portals and submitted to the state election director during office hours on any working day throughout the review period.

The DPT BLN7/2022, which was verified on Monday and gazetted yesterday, contains the names of 40,989 citizens, aged 18 and above, in the period of July 1 to July 31, 2022, registered as new voters.

It also contains the names of 13,481 registered voters who changed constituencies and 4,116 voters who changed their status or category of voters. — Bernama

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