Datuk Seri Ahmad Said. “The Election Commission has always done its job well, and after casting my vote today, I can tell you that there is no room for fraud.
countries where citizens don't have identification cards may have to
still use ink like this, it is unnecessary here. But since certain
quarters insisted on using indelible ink, we are going back to old
fashion methods," he said.
Ahmad Said was speaking to reporters after casting his vote at SK Telok Kalong here on Sunday morning.
who is defending the state seat of Kijal against PAS' Hazri Jusoh, said
that he expected a 85% voter turnout in Terengganu.
informed our (Barisan Nasional) supporters to come out early to vote,
because there might be heavy rains in the afternoon.
"I think the
voting process today will go smoothly, and I hope all party supporters
will respect the law and not cause any trouble," he added.