Voting is very easy! The only thing you should bring to vote is just yourself and your IC. But, what if suddenly your IC has gone missing? Here are 4 documents to bring for voting without an IC during PRU 15.
If your IC is missing and you have your passport, just bring them to PRU 15 voting day! Our passport are one of the powerful passports in the world, so it is definitely one of the ways to identify ourselves.
SPR also allow this document to bring for voting which is voters’ driver’s license to vote instead of IC. Just show your driver’s license and you are good to go.
If your IC went missing before PRU 15 and you only have a Temporary Identification Certificate, you can bring it as a replacement for IC. You will be allowed to vote as usual.
Here is how to apply if your IC went missing:
The receipt comes together with the Temporary Identification Certificate (JPN KPPK09), you can find it at the lower part of the document. Please note that, you can vote without an IC if the receipt of the Report for Lost Identification Card (JPN KPPK11) has been certified by JPN.
Here is an infographic prepared by the Election Commission on documents to bring during PRU 15:
So no IC, no excuse, there are 4 documents to bring for voting and do your part as a Malaysian during PRU 15. Happy voting everyone!
(Source: Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya Malaysia & Jabatan Pendaftaran Negara)
Articles related to General Election (PRU 15) you might be interested in: