A post about suspected vote-rigging has been circulating on the internet.
A citizen received a voter registration confirmation letter for a stranger under his address.
He immediately brought the letter to the Registration and Electoral Office requesting them to disqualify that voter.
The officers only made verbal promises that they will “look into it”, and returned all supported documents he brought. When being asked for a case file for future reference, the officers said, there will not be any case file since they did not collect any documents from the citizen who complaint, and left the scene.
The citizen was skeptical if the staff would actually look into his case, and expressed his concern over the officers’ ignorance which might increase the chance of vote rigging.
There is also no way for him to find out if the voter is being disqualified due to the lack of information provided in the confirmation letter.