Anwar Urges Voters to Lodge Tens of Thousands of Police Reports on the General Election Fraud


PETALING JAYA, 26 May: PKR De Facto Leader, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim today asked voters for the 13th General Election (GE-13) to lodge police reports in relation to the fraud and abuse of power which happened in the election.

A copy of the report needs to be submitted to PKR, PAS or DAP offices nearby to prove that fraud and abuse of power happened in the GE-13 on 5 May.

The reports gathered will then be used to file a petition to nullify the results of the election.

“We want tens of thousands of police reports, at least about the indelible ink.


“Friends, I want each person who voted to lodge a police report that the indelible ink wore off on the first day.

“Apart from that, voters who were not allowed to vote because someone else had voted using your name to also lodge police reports,” said Anwar in his talk during the peak of the Blackout 505 People’s Voice Assembly here at the Amcorp Mall East Field last night.

Anwar added that at least 30 Parliamentary seats won by BN are believed to have been won through election fraud and abuse of power.

In addition, Anwar also encouraged the public who has proof and saw any cheating to also do the same.

Anwar also urged for the Chairman and the Deputy Chairman of the Electiuon Commission (EC) to resign because they were involved in the fraud to bring about Umno-BN’s victory in what is regarded as the dirtiest election in the history of the country.


Apart from Anwar, also urging the people was the rest of the PR leadership line-up who spoke; Nurul Izzah Anwar, N Surendran, Mohamad Sabu, Rafizi Ramli, Badrul Hisham Shaharin, Khalid Samad, Ronnie Liu and so on.

Anwar also retorted that the Star newspaper allegedly covered up the full statement of the article from the United States President, Barak Obama’s Secretary Office which touched on the issue of fraud and abuse of power which happened in the election process.

In the statement issued by the ambassador, the United States Government expressed concern that there were suspicious elements in the election process.

The statement also mentioned hopes that such elements will be given due attention by the Malaysian authorities.

Instead, according to Anwar, the newspaper (the Star) only reported Obama’s congratulations only, giving the impression that the country of world power acknowledged the election results of this country.

The 505 People’s Voice Assembly which was held last night was attended by almost 50,000 participants.


Apart from speeches from PR leaders, the stage was also enlivened by songs from the country’s blues legend, Ito, with the ‘Ubah’ (Change) song and the ‘Apo Nak Dikato’ (What is there to say) song.

During the halfway point of the assembly, Youth Solidarity Malaysia Coordinator, Badrul Hisham also carried out a gimmick where he turned off the lights symbolically representing the ‘blackout’ incident during the GE-13 vote counting process.

The assembly was concluded by singing the national anthem ‘Negaraku’ followed by the lighting of candles and lighters.

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