Selangor Journal
The Election Commission building in Putrajaya. — Picture by BERNAMA

August 2023 Supplementary Electoral Roll opens for review

PUTRAJAYA, Oct 3 — The August 2023 Supplementary Electoral Roll (DPT BLN8/2023), which was verified and gazetted today, is open for review for 30 days starting today until November 1, according to the Election Commission (EC).

Its secretary Datuk Ikmalrudin Ishak said DPT BLN8/2023 contained 41,612 names of citizens aged 18 and above in the period from August 1 to August 31, 2023, who were automatically registered as new voters.

In a statement today, he said the list included 12,915 registered voters who changed electoral divisions and 763 voters who changed voter status/category.

The EC provides five review methods, which are through the EC portal here and here, the official portal of the State Election Offices, and online application.

Checks can also be done through the MySPR Semak mobile app or the Voter Registration Check Hotline at 03-8892 7218.

The EC calls on citizens aged 18 and above from August 1 to August 31, 2023, and any registered voters who have applied for a change of electoral division or change of status to check their names in DPT BLN8/2023.

“If their names are not listed in DPT BLN8/2023, they can make a claim by filling in Form C through the online application at the link https://myspr.spr.gov.my or go to the relevant State Election Office,” Ikmalrudin said.

Any registered voter in an electoral division who does a review and wishes to object can fill in Form D online or go to the relevant state election office.

Form C and Form D can be downloaded from the State Election Offices portal and must be submitted to the relevant State Election Director to submit and pay the objection fee during office hours on any working day during the review period of DPT BLN8/2023.

For any questions regarding the review of DPT BLN8/2023, the public can visit the EC’s official portal or contact the EC at 03-8892 7218, or any State Election Office.

— Bernama

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