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WHILE more than 20 million Malaysians prepare to cast their ballots tomorrow, election workers across the country are hard at work making final preparations to ensure the voting process runs smoothly when voting begins tomorrow morning.
Checks by Bernama at several polling stations around the nation’s capital found workers arranging voting channels and equipment, preparing ballot boxes and guidelines in accordance to the Election Commission (EC).
Nurazurah Hashim, the polling station coordinator at SMK Bandar Baru Sentul for Batu parliamentary constituency, said that preparations were underway since 10am and was 80% complete by 5pm.
“There are around 75 people, including teachers, Kuala Lumpur City Hall employees and police who will be on duty tomorrow at all eight channels here, catering to 4,911 voters around Bandar Baru Sentul.
“Wheelchairs and ramps are available for people with disabilities and the elderly. Ballot boxes will only be brought into the polling station at around 6am under police escort,” she said when met by Bernama today.
In Selangor, preparations were going well at two polling stations – Dewan Majlis Bandaraya Shah Alam (MBSA) for Kota Raja parliamentary seat, and Dewan Besar Tanjung Seksyen 16 Shah Alam for the Shah Alam seat.,
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In Malacca, workers were preparing an isolation room for Covid-19 voters and a covered route for voters at SJKC Ping Ming, one of the 48 polling centres for the Kota Melaka seat.
In Negri Sembilan, the Seremban mayor, who is the returning officer for the Seremban parliamentary constituency, said that preparations were 80% complete as of noon today, adding that more than 2,100 people were involved.
He said that there were 54 polling centres, with 279 voting channels for the Seremban seat, and very little remained to be done.
In Johor, EC workers were conducting a review process for ballot boxes and polling centre equipment as early as 9am at Dewan Muafakat, Simpang Renggam district administrative complex, which is a polling centre for the Simpang Renggam constituency. EC returning officer for Simpang Renggam, Abdul Hakim Abd Manap told Bernama that everything was going well with the review.
In Kedah, election workers were doing final checks on 199 ballot boxes at the counting centre for Alor Setar parliamentary constituency before they are sent to the 44 polling stations beginning 4am tomorrow.
In Penang, an EC spokesman said that around 18,060 workers will be stationed at 331 polling stations in the state, led by 13 returning officers and that all preparations were in final stages and going well.,