BCP primary elections postponed

PALAPYE: The Botswana Congress Party (BCP) Palapye primaries have been postponed to November, 23. According to the BCP spokesperson and publicity secretary Taolo Lucas, the primary elections, which are expected to pit Comfort Molosiwa against James Olesitse, will be held a week later than those in the northern region of the country due to administrative delays.

"The Palapye people failed to submit their voters' roll on time and that is what caused the delay so the elections have been postponed for a week," Lucas said, adding that in other constituencies north of Dibete, the elections will go ahead as planned.

He further said that he suspected the cause of the delay is due to the fact that there are four new wards in the constituency, which meant that new potential voters had to be registered first.

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