Commission to update voter list & initiate claim protest process
There is an option to apply for list updating work via email, fax, or online.
KATHMANDU: Following the election of members of the House of Representatives and members of the State Assembly, the Election Commission will begin the process of updating the voter list and protesting claims.
The voter list update program (including protest) will be held at the election office from August 28 to September 4, according to the update program.
Correction of errors in the list, filing a complaint against it if someone has included a name in the list with false information, filing an application to remove it if there is a duplicate list, filing an application to remove it if a member of the same family has died, filing an application to remove it if there are two or more polling stations in the same ward, at the polling station A name change application can be made.
There is an option to apply for list updating work via email, fax, or online. The Commission’s spokesperson, Shaligram Sharma Paudel, stated that the final voter list for the election of members of the House of Representatives and members of the Provincial Assembly will be published on September 16 following the completion of the voter list updating the program.
After the Government of Nepal announced on August 4 that the elections would be held on November 20, the work of collecting voter lists from the Election Office, District Administration Office, and Locality Administration Office was halted from August 5.
The process of updating and protesting the voter list of persons who have reached the age of 18 years before the date of the election has been announced by the Voter Roll Act, 2073.