Annual Revision of General Electoral Roll: Provisional Corrective Charts Available to Public until Jan.17
Part of the annual revision of the general voters' lists, provisional corrective charts have been made available for public consultation until January 17, the Interior Minister announced.
"At the end of the meetings held by the administrative commissions, under the chairmanship of the magistrates, in all the communes and districts of the Kingdom, on the occasion of the ordinary annual revision of the general electoral rolls, the said commissions proceeded, on January 10, to the deposit of the provisional corrective charts, which include the decisions they have taken on new registration applications and applications for transfer of registration submitted to them, as well as write-offs and corrections made, in the offices of the local administrative authorities and in the departments of the communes and districts," the minister said in a statement.
"The provisional correction charts have been made available to the public until January 17 in addition to last year's voters' lists," the same source said, noting that those interested can consult them on-site during official working hours.
The minister recalled that citizens who are not registered on the current lists, who meet the legal requirements and who could not submit their applications for registration before the end of December, must submit their applications to the offices of the local administrative authority closest to their place of residence or through the electronic site dedicated to the general electoral rolls "www.listeselectorales.ma", between January 18 and January 24.
Any person who believes that his or her name has been illegally removed from the electoral list by the administrative commission can apply to the same commission and within the same period of time to have his or her name reintroduced into the electoral list, the statement added.
The aforementioned requests and complaints will be submitted to the administrative commissions for review and appropriate decisions during the meetings to be held for this purpose between February 10 and 14, 2021.
MAP 13 January 2021