IEC rejects 2,513 registrations


The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) has completed printing General Rolls for all 61 constituencies in preparation for the statutory inspection period lasting 42 days.

The inspection, mandated by Section 15 of the Electoral Act, will run from April 22 to June 2, 2024. During this period, the public is encouraged to review the rolls, although the Commission has already identified irregularities and removed certain individuals.

IEC Secretary, Jeff Siamisang, reported that 2,513 registrations were rejected. “[At least] 2,261 were rejected for multiple registrations, 205 didn't meet the minimum age requirement, 29 had non-existent Omang numbers, and 18 had names inconsistent with their Omang numbers,” he stated. Additionally, the final analysis shows 763,247 validly registered voters across all 61 constituencies.

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