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NEC SAYS THE 2023 VOTER REGISTRATION WILL BEGIN ON MARCH 20, 2023 

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LIBERIA – The National Elections Commission (NEC), says that the 2023 Voter Registration exercise will begin on March 20, 2023, and will end on 11 May 2023.

In a press release issued yesterday in Monrovia, the Commission says the Voter Registration Exercise will be conducted in two phases.

According to the Commission’s release, phase one of the Voter Registration Exercise runs from 20 March 2023 and will last for three weeks, ending on 9 April 2023.

The NEC says, phase two of the Voter Registration exercise will begin on 10 April 2023 and will last for three weeks, ending on 11 May 2023.

According to the release, NEC has received funding from the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning to the tune of 10 million, given in the United States and Liberian Dollars for the Voter Registration exercise.

Accordingly, the NEC says, it is working with the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning on disbursing the remaining United States Dollars, 8, 377, 000 as a balance due the Commission as per the 2022 fiscal year approved budget.

Meanwhile, the National Elections Commission informs the public that the procurement of Biometric Equipment, Software, and Materials for the Voter Registration exercise has been concluded.

The Commission says, LAXTON Group was selected to provide the goods and services for the Voter Registration exercise and that a contract has been signed by; the parties and attested to by the Government of Liberia.

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