Gambia: The Election Bill and the Political Parties

The Political parties have had their say at the National Assembly. The Diaspora may find relief in PDOIS’ position on Diaspora voting as clearly put by Sam Sarr who represented the party at the National Assembly.

Sam Sarr cited Section 12 of the current Elections Act which deals with Qualifications for registration.

It states:

“(1) Subject to section 13, a person shall be entitled to have his or her name entered on a register of voters in a constituency if he or she-

(c) is resident, or was born…


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