Malaysia is a democratic country and aggressive and racial political campaigning have no place in the country.
Thus, Election Commission Chairman Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Mohd Yusof warned troublemakers planning to stir up provocations and chaos during the campaing period and on polling day will be hunted down by the police.
Tan Sri Abdul Aziz said police is on high alert to track down groups planning to stir up dissension among political parties.
Speaking to reporters after visiting the Kapar Parliamentary vote-tallying centre on Friday, Tan Sri Abdul Aziz said political parties must obey the laws and regulations.
Seventh day into the campaign, there has been a spate of incidents such as burning of posters, molotov cocktail thrown into a party office and the worst, an explosion during a Barisan Nasional speech in Nibong Tebal on Tuesday.
Commenting on allegations that certain political parties have started bringing in phantom voters from abroad, he said the EC would not compromise on the issue and urged those with information on the matter to lodge reports with the authorities.