Government of Saint Luca

Go to Homepage

[Feedback]

[Contact Us]

Search this Site

BI-elections - Castries North/West Babonneau

horizontal rule

Governor General
Prime Minister
The Cabinet
The Senate
House of Assembly
St. Lucia Ambassadors
The Constitution
The Staff Orders

National Television Network

Saint Lucia Gazette
Press Releases
Speeches
Features
Notices
Vacancies

Saint Lucia 25th Independence Celebrations

About Saint Lucia
Frequently Asked Questions
Web Links
Government Directory
Browse by Agency
Site Help

 

August 20, 1998 - As the clock ticks down on the August 21st Bi-elections, the Electoral Department is reminding voters that elections begin from 6 a.m. and will run up until 6 p.m. According to Morrison Blanchard, the returning officer for the district, approximately 8,000 persons are registered to vote at the nine polling stations.

Voters are required to walk with some form of identification as they make their way to vote. An assistant poll clerk will be stationed at the larger polling centers to assist voters and to minimize congestion and confusion.

Employers have been reminded that it is an offence to deny employees time off from work to cast their ballots. The law allows for a provision of at least 2 hours.

 

horizontal rule

Home ] Up ] Search for 1998 Press Releases ] [Site Help]

2001 Government Information Service. All rights reserved.

Read our privacy guidelines.