The Omission and objection period for registered voters has been scheduled for July 24 to August 6th.
The two-week period was set down for registered voters to check against their names on the released provisional list.
Chief Electoral officer Polycarp Haununu said the period is purposely for registered voters to check their details and inform us of any discrepancies.
He urged all registered voters to check against their names because the period is only two weeks.
“It may be a good idea for the people in very remote areas in rural villages to check for their names as soon as possible so that any inaccurate information can be corrected.
“After the omission and objection period, we will be in a process of working on the final list.
“This provisional list is a chance for registered voters to make changes to the details against their names if any information on the list is not right.
SIEC on its weekly program on SIBC will continue to update the public on voter’s registration latest information; that is on Wednesday and Friday evenings.
The released provisional list will be put to the public in 951 registration centres throughout the country and each constituency will have four registration centres for omission and objection.
By CHARLEY PIRINGI