DATUK Seri Anwar Ibrahim, the de facto leader of the Pakatan Rakyat (PR) yesterday announced that the Coalition will be filing for a judicial review on the electoral roll involving five parliamentary constituencies in Sabah.
The five constituencies are Putatan, Sepanggar, Libaran, Kudat and Tawau.
Speaking to reporters in Kota Kinabalu yesterday, Anwar disclosed that PR have gathered evidences of alleged irregularities especially on the registration of non-Malaysian citizens as voters in the electoral roll for these five areas.
Besides this, Parti KeADILan Rakyat (PKR) Sabah will also be filing election petitions to challenge the 13th general election results for the Kota Marudu and Pensiangan parliamentary constituencies.
He also explained the reason why PR are still questioning the results of the last general election is because they have strong evidence that a fraud has been committed. I do not need to repeat myself but some people have asked why we cannot accept the result.
“We cannot accept it because not only did we win the majority vote, there was that huge scam... so in Sabah other than the election petitions for Kota Marudu and Pensiangan, we will bring the case of non-citizens casting their votes on polling day in Libaran, Tawau, Sepanggar, Putatan and Kudat,” he stressed.