No Paraphernalia & Congregating On Election Day

No Paraphernalia & Congregating On Election Day

Members of the public are advised that on Election Day, the use of loudspeakers, bunting, bands of music, flags, party badges, or any such paraphernalia as political propaganda, is forbidden. In addition, during polling hours, no person should assemble or congregate...
Assistance For The Disabled On Voting Day

Assistance For The Disabled On Voting Day

Voters who are blind or otherwise physically incapacitated, who declare they are illiterate, or are mentally challenged, are advised that they may request assistance from the Presiding Officer at their assigned polling station on Voting Day, Thursday, May 24. The...
Offence To Sell Liquor On Election Day

Offence To Sell Liquor On Election Day

The public is advised that on Election Day, it is an offence to sell, offer, expose for sale or give away any intoxicating liquor at any premises in the constituency to which a licence has been issued under the Liquor Licence Act Cap 182. In addition, persons are...
Electors May View Polling Stations Online

Electors May View Polling Stations Online

The Electoral and Boundaries Commission has advised electors that they may now view the polling station at which they are required to vote in the upcoming general elections, on Thursday, May 24. Electors may do so by logging on to the Electoral and Boundaries...

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