Friday, September 02, 2011

Hope

When I watched this MV, I am filled with high hopes again that things will be changing. I am so pleased to see  the fervour heartfelt messages. I sense the youth of today are no longer sitting ducks, just waiting to take whatever that is dished out to them. Make a change, its only your life.


Remember to register to vote. If you are one already, get your friends and family to do likewise.






Have you registered as a voter? If you have, promise yourself and for your children's sake, to at least convince ONE more person you know to register and vote. Between 2008 and 2009, there were 10 million registered voters in the country and another 4.3 million eligible voters who were not registered. This  year, the total number of registered voters increased to 12 million and eligible unregistered voters dropped to 3.7 million.
"Blaming the loss of the elections on gerrymandering, fraud, phantom voters, postal votes, and so on, is one issue. No doubt all this exists and Pakatan Rakyat needs to win maybe one million votes just to become par with Barisan Nasional. Therefore, to win by just one vote Pakatan Rakyat needs to garner 1,000,001 votes.

Take note that Pakatan Rakyat needed only
 300,000 more votes to form the federal government in the last general election in March 2008. That’s right, only 300,000 more votes, if you total up the votes from the bottom 30 seats that Barisan Nasional won. If Pakayat Rakyat had garnered those extra 300,000 votes it would have won 112 parliament seats versus Barisan Nasional’s 110 instead of only 82 versus Barisan Nasional’s 130, like what happened last year." - Malaysia Today/RPK

Even after you register, make sure you check via their website that you are on the roll, a number of people who have registered found that they were still not on the roll. To check if you are on the roll. Not only that, this is also to certify the correct seat/aduan you are registered under:

http://daftarj.spr.gov.my/NEWDAFTARJ/DaftarjBI.aspx

a) Go to any of the offices below and fill in Form A together with your IC:

PEJABAT PILIHAN RAYA NEGERI KUALA LUMPUR
TINGKAT 3, BANGUNAN YAYASAN SELANGOR,
JALAN RAJA MUDA ABDUL AZIZ,
KAMPUNG BARU, KUALA LUMPUR
PEJABAT PILIHAN RAYA NEGERI SELANGOR
LOT 03-11, TINGKAT 3,
KOMPLEKS PKNS,
40690 SHAH ALAM,
PEJABAT PILIHAN RAYA NEGERI SABAH
ARAS 2 BLOK A,
KOMPLEKS PENTADBIRAN KERAJAAN PERSEKUTUAN
SABAH, PETI SURAT 10931, 88400 KOTA KINABALU


PEJABAT PILIHAN RAYA NEGERI SARAWAK
TINGKAT 11, BANGUNAN SULTAN ISKANDAR,
JALAN SIMPANG TIGA, PETI SURAT 1366,
93728 KUCHING


PEJABAT PILIHAN RAYA NEGERI PERAK
BLOK A, TINGKAT 1, BANGUNAN PERSEKUTUAN,
JALAN PANGLIMA BUKIT GANTANG WAHAB,
30000 IPOH


PEJABAT PILIHAN RAYA NEGERI JOHOR
TINGKAT 6, BLOK 'B', WISMA PERSEKUTUAN,
JALAN AYER MOLEK, 86900 JOHOR BAHRU
PEJABAT PILIHAN RAYA NEGERI KELANTAN
TINGKAT 9, WISMA PERSEKUTUAN,
JALAN BAYAM, 15690 KOTA BAHRU
PEJABAT PILIHAN RAYA NEGERI PAHANG
TINGKAT 8, WISMA PERSEKUTUAN,
JALAN GAMBUT, 25000 KUANTAN
PEJABAT PILIHAN RAYA NEGERI PULAU PINANG
TINGKAT 36, KOMPLEKS TUN ABDUL RAZAK (KOMTAR),
10000 PULAU PINANG


PEJABAT PILIHAN RAYA NEGERI KEDAH
ARAS 4, ZON A, WISMA PERSEKUTUAN,
PUSAT PENTADBIRAN KERAJAAN PERSEKUTUAN,
06550 BANDAR MUADZAM SHAH,
KEDAH DARUL AMAN
PEJABAT PILIHAN RAYA NEGERI TERENGGANU
TINGKAT 6, WISMA PERSEKUTUAN,
JALAN SULTAN ISMAIL, 20200 KUALA TERENGGANU
PEJABAT PILIHAN RAYA NEGERI MELAKA
TINGKAT 20, MENARA PERSEKUTUAN, JALAN PERSEKUTUAN MITC,
HANG TUAH JAYA,
75450 AYER KEROH,MELAKA
PEJABAT PILIHAN RAYA NEGERI NEGERI SEMBILAN
TINGKAT 6, WISMA PERSEKUTUAN,
70000 SEREMBAN
PEJABAT PILIHAN RAYA NEGERI PERLIS
TINGKAT 1, BANGUNAN KWSP,
JALAN BUKIT LAGI,
01000 KANGAR



b) Go to any computerised post office to register. Remember to check your registration a week or so later on the link above to ascertain that you have been properly registered.




9 comments:

Bonescythe said...

Yea. Agreed. Action talks louder than words. Don't be a NATO already. (*NATO = No Action, Talk Only)

Mr ICICI said...

yup. pls check the website whether you are on the electoral roll.
in fact, check the website every month to make sure that your details are not mysteriously amended...

walla said...

Inbox found:

"The Voter Agent Training at PJ Civic Centre today highlighted some very critical points which each and every voter should know:

1. As soon as you enter the polling station, you will be ushered to Kerani 1, who will check your identity against your Mykad. She will read out your Name and IC No.and No. Siri /No. Bilangan following the List provided by SPR.

2. Once that verification is correct, Kerani 1 will pass your MYkad to the next officer, Kerani 2. Here, Kerani 2 will hand you a Kertas Undi, which is identified by its Serial No. As a voter, you have the right under Election Law to not accept the Kertas Undi she assigns to you but to ask for a different Kertas Undi, from a different book. Just say “Inche, saya minta Kertas Undi dari buku lain atau dari bawah”. This is so that the voter cannot be identifiable with SPR’s master list. It will take one voter to upset the sequence which will eventually affect SPR’s master list for that voting centre. The aim is to safeguard voter’s identity.


3. Ok, Once your Kertas Undi is issued and accepted by you, Kerani 2 will hand the Kertas Undi to the next officer, Kerani 3. Kerani 3 carries a seal, which will be used to stamp your Kertas Undi. Watch carefully that she/he stamps your Kertas Undi fully and clearly. Then see that it is folded into half before she hands it to you. You now proceed to the voting booth.

4. Inside the voting booth please insure that the ballot slip has only your marking of an X or pass. If for some reason you see some pencil marks of numbers or markings on the front or back of the Kertas Undi other than your own mark, please be prepared to ERASE those markings. These markings will render you Kertas Undi spoilt, so do be very cautious. Please BRING your own ERASER."

(and that's why balloting held in schools...hahahaha)

sigh

solomon said...

Good music and need more attitude in the rap.

Just hoping Digi Man would feature in the future.....

kevin said...

Hey Walla, under point 4 in your comment, is one actually allowed to show a tick / pass instead of an "X"? In other countries, if you put a tick / pass instead of an "X", your vote will be spoilt. Hope you or anyone else here can clarify as I shall be a first time voter. Thanks!

oswald said...

info from walla is very useful. thanks!

btw, my dad who hardly talks to me asked me that day if I have registered. (I did few years back).

I was surprised that he brought up this issue with me. Guess he is very upset with the current administration :P

tszou said...

A very good MV. Please share it with your friends. We really want a CHANGE - UBAH - 换!

ASHORE said...

Dear Wella, gud piece of advise by you but pls dun underetimate the sheer power of the incumbent machineries that may include rigging, example would be entire ballot box switching, the most famous and widely practicsed trick, postal votes, phantom votes, sudden "lights out" trick when couting votes...etc just to name a few....but when all else fail there is always the last resort of....sigh hope history would not repeat itself in such a bloody way. Peace to all

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