It’s D-day for all Malaysians to decide who will be the government for the next five years. We have also seen many Malaysians waking up early to exercise their rights as citizens by casting their vote today (19 Nov).
According to the Election Commission of Malaysia (SPR), all voters and politicians are not allowed to wear apparel with any party logo as part of the voting guideline.
However, eagle-eyed netizens noticed that PAS president Hadi Awang was wearing a PAS shirt with an obvious party logo at the polling station.
In a tweet shared by The Mamu, we can clearly see that the PAS president who clad in a green shirt was putting his ballot papers into the ballot box.
At the comment section, another netizen also shared a closer look at the PAS president interviewing with the same shirt.
‘Why is he above the law?’
The tweet has since gone viral on the internet, with many questioning why SPR would allow such an incident to happen.
“Is this not in violation of the rules? What’s the penalty?”
“Why is there double standard, SPR”
“Can file petition already”
“Must report and forfeit his ballot papers.
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