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THE Supplementary Electoral Roll for June 2022 (DPT BLN6/2022), which was verified and gazetted, is now open for review for 30 days from today until August 17.
Election Commission (EC) secretary Ikmalrudin Ishak in a statement said the roll contains the names of 38,786 citizens aged 18 years and above from June 1 to 30, 2022, who were automatically registered as new voters.
It also includes 10,414 registered voters who changed constituencies and 4,591 voters who changed their statuses or categories.
Ikmalrudin said the EC provides five methods of review, namely, through the EC’s portals and the official portals of state election offices.,
In addition, the review can also be done here, the MySPR Semak mobile app, and the EC hotline at 03-8892 7018.
“EC urges citizens aged 18 and above in April this year and any registered voter who has applied to change constituencies or statuses to check their names in DPT BLN6/2022.
“If they find that their names are not listed in the electoral roll, they can make a claim by filling Form C through the online app or visiting the state EC office concerned,” he said.
Ikmalrudin said registered voters in any constituency who wish to object to the entry of voters who changed to their constituency can 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 and should be submitted to the state election director concerned during office hours on any working day during the review period of the DPT BLN6/2022,” he added. – Bernama, July 19, 2022.