ECZ Public Relations Manager Chris Akufuna
ECZ Public Relations Manager Chris Akufuna

The Electoral Commission of Zambia (ECZ) has deferred the commencement of the voter registration exercise.

The voter registration exercise which should have commenced on 17th August, 2015 will now commence on 14th September, 2015.

ECZ Public Relations Manager Crispin Akufuna, in a press release availed to ZANIS, today, disclosed that the postponement of the exercise was due to delays in the procurement of equipment and materials for the exercise.

Mr Akufuna said Mobile Voter Registration at registration centres will now close on 11 November 2015, while voter registration at civic centres in all districts will end on 31st March 2016.

He said the ECZ has met all registered political parties to inform them about the rescheduled dates.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Poor planing as the rains will definitely affect this critical national programme.The program must have started strategically in either May or June as common sense has it that next year will be a sensitive year for any issue related to registration of voters by ECZ! In any case,one would be tempted to ask as to when will the verification process of registered voters be done then?

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  2. Poor planing as the rains will definitely affect this critical national programme.The program must have started strategically in either May or June as common sense has it that next year will be a sensitive year for any issue related to registration of voters by ECZ! In any case,one would be tempted to ask as to when will the verification process of registered voters be done then? Chris & his cronies have outlived their usefulness hence must be retired or taken else where for national interest sake! They are taking Zambian voters for granted & are also taking ECZ as their own institution!

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  3. But 20 000 new voters have already been registered in Muchinga and the Northern provinces, according to the news! What goes?

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