Namibia: Special Voting Kicks Off At Walvis

13 November 2019

Voting got off to a calm start at all four polling stations for the special voting at Walvis bay rural and urban constituency.

Thousands of seagoing personel, members of the police, Defence Force and Correctional Services are expected to cast their votes today.

Electronic voting machines will be used in this process with polling staff assisting voters who are using the EVMs for the first time.

To maintain peace and order members of Nampol are present at all polling stations.

Party Agents are also present.

Voting started at 07h00 and polling stations will be open until 21h00 at Baptist Church Kuisebmond, Assembly of God Nakambale Elcin Church hall and Kuisebmond Community Hall.

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