29 July 2017

Liberia: Replacement of Lost, Damaged Voter Cards Starts August 7

The National Elections Commission (NEC) has disclosed that the replacement of lost or damaged voter cards will begin August 7 and end on August 12.

According to the NEC Chairman Jerome Korkorya, the adjustment was necessary to allow time for a thorough review of the voter roll.

Chairman Kokorya made the disclosure Friday at a press conference held at the NEC Headquarters in the Monrovia suburb of Sinkor.

He stated that the replacement of lost or damaged cards will be done at in 99 centers across the country.

He indicated that there will be one replacement center in each electoral district, one at each of the 19 magisterial offices and one in each of the seven shared electoral districts.

Chairman Kokorya explained that shared electoral districts are those located in two magisterial areas and are in Montserrado County Districts 11 and 13, Bong County Districts 2 and 3; Lofa County Districts 3 and 4, and Nimba County District 7.


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