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RI LBBP Ambassador to Malaysia: No Intelligence Involvement in Elections in Malaysia

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Kuala Lumpur – Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Indonesia to Malaysia, Hermono, denied any intelligence involvement in the elections in Kuala Lumpur. He stated this in response to a video circulating alleging intelligence involvement in the 2024 elections in Malaysia.

“Even if there are outside parties who try to intervene, will the PPLN (Overseas Election Committee) come back, don’t they want to intervene?” Hermono emphasized.Regarding the accusation in the one minute and nine second video which stated that there was intelligence intervention in the determination of the Kuala Lumpur Permanent Overseas Voter List (DPTLN), Hermono emphasized that the voter list was determined based on the results of the Kuala Lumpur PPLN Plenary meeting which involved representatives of political parties, the KPU, and Kuala Lumpur Overseas Panwaslu.”How do you want to intervene? Even though there are external parties who try to intervene, PPLN must maintain its integrity. “Any interested party can of course intervene, but it comes back to PPLN whether they want to intervene or not,” said Hermono.Meanwhile, Chairman of PPLN Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Umar Faruk said that the many videos circulating and going viral on social media related to the issue of ballot theft, POS Malaysia bribing to obtain ballot papers and the involvement of government officials in manipulating the election were baseless accusations which carried out by certain individuals who have an interest in the 2024 Election.”PPLN is intensively communicating with the Indonesian KPU and has clarified hoax issues circulating on social media,” said Umar Faruk when interviewed by RRI on the Voice of Indonesia program.He added that the elections in Kuala Lumpur will be held on Sunday, February 11 2023 at the WTC. Indonesian citizens who came enthusiastically took part in the election event. According to him, the voting process went smoothly in Malaysia. However, the enthusiasm of Indonesian citizens in Malaysia was disrupted by the circulation of election hoax videos in Malaysia.“The elections in Kuala Lumpur were held at the WTC. Indonesian citizens who came enthusiastically took part in the election event. The voting process is running smoothly in Malaysia. “PPLN Kuala Lumpur has responded to this matter so as not to disrupt the implementation of the elections,” he concluded.

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