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2023 ELECTIONS COUNTDOWN: EC-SL Prepares for the Exhibition of Provisional Voters List

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2023 ELECTIONS COUNTDOWN: EC-SL Prepares for the Exhibition of Provisional Voters List

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In preparation for the 2023 Presidential, Parliamentary and Local Council Elections, the Electoral Commission for Sierra Leone (EC-SL) is presently in Bo city, Southern Sierra Leone for a training of District Staff on the Exhibition of the Provisional List of Voters (PLV).

The Commission is organising the 2-day training for its staff drawn from the South-Eastern regions on the proposed voter exhibition and inquiry scheduled for late November this year.

The training is aimed at capacitating them on the requisite skills that are considered needful for the purpose of exhibition and inquiry.

The training engagement attracted senior staff of the Commission who are required to cascade the training knowledge to other staff upon their return to their different districts.

The Commission has the legal mandate to exhibit the review of captured information of all eligible Sierra Leoneans who presented themselves for registration during the 3rd September to 8th October 2022.

The Exhibition of the Provisional Voters List (PVL) will include the display of the Provisional Voters List (PVL) from 24th to 28th November 2022 and Inquiry from 4th to 5th December, 2022; 7:00am to 5:00pm daily.

The purpose for displaying the Provisional Voters List is for all registrants who took part in the registration process to; confirm their information, correct errors if any, or be opportune to have their omitted names included, or object to certain names on the PVL on grounds of ineligibility.

Objection must be made from 24th – 28th November, 2022 to enable the Commission make decisions and take appropriate action in time.

The Exhibition exercise will be conducted simultaneously in all 446 Wards hosting 3,630 Centres the country. Each centre will have an Exhibition Officer and two Assistant Exhibition Officers to serve the public. The Inquiry period is from 4th to 5th December, 2022.

All objections and appeals made will be looked into by the Revising Officers, who are seasoned Sierra Leoneans selected for their integrity and impartiality.

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