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The logo of the Election Commission is pictured at its headquarters in Putrajaya, on October 20, 2022. — Picture by REUTERS

Dec 2022 Supplementary Electoral Roll opens for review — EC

PUTRAJAYA, Jan 17 — The December 2022 Supplementary Electoral Roll (DPT BLN12/2022) which has been verified and gazetted is open for review for 30 days from today until Feb 15, says Election Commission (EC) secretary Datuk Ikmalrudin Ishak.

He said the DPT BLN12/2022 contained 39,489 names of citizens aged 18 and above for the period from December 1 to December 31 who were automatically registered as new voters, 13,759 registered voters who had changed electoral constituencies and 2,029 voters who had changed status or vote category.

In a statement today, Ikmalrudin said the EC provided five review methods, namely via the EC portal at https://www.spr.gov.my or https://mysprsemak.spr.gov.my, and the official portal of the state election offices at http://ppn.spr.gov.my.

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

He also urged citizens aged 18 and above and any registered voters who have applied for a change in constituencies or change of status to check their names on the electoral roll.

“If they find that their names are not listed in there, they can make a claim by filling in Form C through the online application at https://myspr.spr.gov.my or by going to the state election office concerned.

“Registered voters in any electoral constituency who wish to object to the entry of the voter’s name, can fill in Form D through the online application at https://myspr.spr.gov.my or go to the relevant state election office,” Ikmalrudin said, adding that Form C and Form D could be downloaded from http://ppn.spr.gov.my.

The forms should be submitted to the relevant state election director including the fee during office hours on any working day throughout the review period, he said.

— Bernama

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