September supplementary electoral roll open for review


Election Commission. - Bernama

KUALA LUMPUR: The Supplementary Electoral Roll for September 2022 (DPT BLN9/2022), which has been verified and gazetted, is now open for review for 30 days from now until Dec 31.

In a statement yesterday, Election Commission (EC) secretary Datuk Ikmalrudin Ishak said the DPT BLN9/2022 contained 83,783 names of citizens aged 18 and above for the period from Sept 1 until 30 who were automatically registered as new voters.

He said it also involved 27,104 registered voters who changed constituencies, and 11,049 voters who changed status or category of voters.

The EC provides five methods for review, namely, via its portal at https://www.spr.gov.my or https://mysprsemak.spr.gov.my and the official portals of state election offices at http://ppn.spr.gov.my.

The review can also be done through online applications at https://myspr.spr.gov.my, mobile application MySPR Semak, and the EC hotline at 03-8892 7218.

“EC urges citizens aged 18 and above in September this year and registered voters who have applied for a change of constituency or status to check their names,” he said.

“If they find their name is not listed, they can make a claim by filling out form C (claim) through https://myspr.spr.gov.my or go to the respective state election offices.”

Ikmalrudin said registered voters in any constituency who wished to object to the entry of voters who changed to their constituency could fill in form D (objection), and go to the relevant EC office.

Forms C and D can also be downloaded from the State Election Offices’ portals at http://ppn.spr.gov.my, and should be submitted to the state election director concerned during office hours on any working day during the review period of the DPT BLN9/2022, he added. — Bernama

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