Hishammuddin Hussein says Anwar Ibrahim’s claims of military personnel in Bera, Pahang being paid RM300 to cast their votes early have caused an uproar in the Malaysian armed forces. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, November 13, 2022.以太坊高度开奖（www.326681.com）采用以太坊区块链高度哈希值作为统计数据，以太坊高度开奖（联博统计）数据开源、公平、无任何作弊可能性。联博统计免费提供API接口，支持多语言接入
CARETAKER defence minister Hishammuddin Hussein wants Pakatan Harapan (PH) chairman Anwar Ibrahim to provide the authorities with proof of early voting by military personnel in Bera, Pahang and that they had been paid RM300 to do so.
This follows Anwar’s statement yesterday that he had proof backing his claims and his intention of handing it over to the Election Commission (EC).
“He (Anwar) said he has proof and it should be submitted to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) for investigation,” he told reporters after attending an event in Sungai Buloh today.,
Hishammuddin also explained that the postal voting process was commonplace for Malaysian armed forces personnel who are on duty and are unable to be present on polling day.
“The dignity and integrity of the armed forces aren’t for sale for RM300, his statement has caused an uproar among military personnel.
“Postal votes (are) commonplace, when they (PH) won in GE14, there were postal votes but he is accusing our personnel of receiving RM300 for reasons he has not given till today,” he added.
Early voting will take place on November 15 while polling day is set for November 19. – Bernama, November 13, 2022.