TERMINATION JAYA: PKR's political office has announced that it has passed the party polls in three chapters, namely Julau, Tawau and Pensiangan, who had problems with the problems, including allegations of fraud.
However, PKR Communications Director Fahmi Fadzil said that the party would work with the authorities, including the police and the Malaysian Corruption Prevention Commission (MACC), who are investigating question-related issues.
MACC will investigate allegations of Voice Purchase Julau as long as the police attempt to counterfeit claims in the same department.
"The political office also instructed the electoral committee to resolve issues related to the dubious voices in some chapters and invited representatives of the two Deputy Prime Ministers to follow the process," he said in a statement referring to Rafiz Ramli and Mohamed Azmin Ali.
Earlier, the party's Central Election Commission (JPA) announced its valid elections, Julau, Sarawak, who were beaten up by allegations of fraud and software forgery.
Committee chairman Rashid Din said earlier that the poll on the Julau section was suspended and repeated elections were held.
Julau's PKR Division was included in the dispute after reports that its membership rose from 603 on June 26 to 13,000 days later.
However, Rashid told the FMT today that the electoral committee stood with a decision not to make new elections, despite Rafi's statement that he and the participants were not fair.
Pensiangan's initial results were excluded because hundreds of voters were not able to select candidates in a short time.
Meanwhile, Tawau went back to polls after last week's results were not taken into account, as was reported, for dangers and disturbances during the election.
Meanwhile, the demand for PKR youth leader Akmal Nasrullah Mohd Nasir to claim 11 422 votes as deputy VPR deputy, Fahmi said that the party has appointed a accounting company, Baker Tilly, to investigate the issue.
"We will also appoint an audit firm in the near future to conduct an independent audit of all elections," he said.
JPP on dubious voices
At the same time, the JPP refutes Akmala's allegations of alleged votes as deputy prime minister.
Committee Vice-President Adzman Hedra said that Akmala's calculations were wrong. However, he does not detail on this issue.
"They are trying to doubt, and I'm not sure why."
He also revealed that 90% of the 7,500 questionable votes were handed over to persons who were not even members of PKR.