Singapore Straits Times interferes in the inefficiency of Malaysian Election Commission.
The Malaysia Bureau Chief Carolyn Hong, showing support for Bersih, issues imminent threat to BN.
- Collaborating with Merdeka Centre director, Ibrahim Suffian will be sending more than 10k observers to polling centres in Peninsular Malaysia, in rural as well as urban areas. His statement revealed his distrust over the work of Election Commission as he wanted the scrutinizers to block on fraud in the polling centres.
- Bersih reform group aims to send 10,000 citizen observers to monitor the upcoming general elections owing to their mistrust to BN.
- Bersih steering committee member crook Maria Chin Abdullah said suspected large risk of fraud could be found in large increases of voters living in several constituencies. She fabricated a slander that there are still many complaints of voters like dead people appearing in the rolls.
- Carolyn Hong bluntly warns BN that they are facing the stiffest challenges from opposition. She pointed out that ‘phantom voters’ came from dead people to non-Malaysians.
Carolyn Hong clearly works together with a rebellious agent like Bersih against Malaysian government with no regard of efficiency by the Election Commission that had implemented election reforms. But the perpetrators stubbornly imbibed in their minds that had formed subsequently hard cores of rebellious organization. C.H. sent her article deliberately to alert and to update Bersih Singapore with an objective to weaken BN in the next polls.
Malaysian Election Commission (EC) allows all overseas Malaysians to vote in the upcoming general election.
- About one million Malaysians are estimated to be living abroad. Currently, only civil servants and full time students and their spouses can vote overseas.
Malaysian overseas will be asked to download a form on the EC’s website and EC headquarters to register themselves as overseas voters. Only those who have already registered as voters can apply for overseas voting.
- Teo Cheng Wee had information from My Overseas Vote (MOV) formed by Malaysians living in London, headed by Andrew Yong.
- Beware of MOV and their movement :
MOV is working together with reform group ‘Bersih’. Teo Cheng Wee if he is not one of the body parts of Bersih, he is suspected to be pro-Bersih group. Mark this journalist from Regional Correspondent.
4. 40% of all Malaysians abroad are Malaysians living in Singapore.
Teo Cheng Wee is a regular monitor of Bersih Singapore website.
We can conclude that Singapore Straits Times has been engaging mysterious links with Malaysian rebellious agents abroad.