The final process of the duplication of voters’ information is ongoing at the National Elections Commission (NEC) through its Central Management System.
The process followed the completion of data synchronization from Phase Two of the Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) was concluded in the remaining nine counties.
An NEC release says the process constitutes information collected from the 2,080 voter registration across Liberia. It is also intended to remove all ineligible registrants from the BVR roll.
The NEC added that it has detected several duplicates and under-aged registrations, and their information was deactivated until further investigation.
Meanwhile, the NEC says the preliminary figures for the number of persons registered in the coming days.
The Commission informs the public that the Exhibition of the Provisional Registration Roll (PRR) will commence on 12 June to 17 June 2023 with all 2080 Voter Registration Centers opening simultaneously across the country. To ensure that only eligible voters remain on the voters’ roll, it is important that the general public bring forward all concerns during the Exhibition exercise.
All registered and eligible Liberians will be allowed to access the first draft of the Voter Registration Roll for verification, inclusion, and objection to information on the PRR. The NEC extends gratitude to all electoral stakeholders, including local and international partners, the Ministry of Justice and the National Security Agencies, including the Liberia National Police and the Liberia Immigration Service, owners of properties used by NEC, all permanent and temporary elections workers and the People of Liberia for their tireless efforts and love for country demonstrated throughout the BVR process.