PKR rep claims political party behind voter objections in Subang

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A political party is behind the objections to over 300 voters looking to move their voting address to the Subang parliamentary constituency, claimed a Selangor PKR lawmaker.

Bukit Lanjan assemblyperson Elizabeth Wong said most of those objected were Chinese voters who had registered for change of voting address at the post office.

"They had applied to move to two (state) seats in Subang, that is Kota Damansara and Paya Jaras," Wong wrote in a Facebook post yesterday.

She was writing of her observation after visiting the Selangor Election Commission's office yesterday morning.

The state executive councillor said a political party had high stakes in both those seats.

She also claimed that most of the objectors came from a single address, which happened to be the party's Subang division office address...

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