Municipal elections 2018: opening hours of some polling stations modified, first preliminary results to be announced Sunday evening | Tunisia News Gazette

Municipal elections 2018: opening hours of some polling stations modified, first preliminary results to be announced Sunday evening

The opening hours of some polling stations and centres in some border areas during Sunday’s municipal elections have been modified and the list of the concerned stations and centers are posted on the official website of the Independent High Authority for the Elections (ISIE) or can be known by dialling 1814, ISIE said in a statement Saturday.

The vote in these stations will start Sunday at 9:00 am and will end at 16:00, time of their closure and the beginning of counting on the spot, said the authority.

In addition, ISIE President Mohamed Tlili Mnasri said the election commission will start announcing the preliminary results of the municipal elections on Sunday evening, after the closure of all the polling stations and the reception of the minutes.

“The ISIE will strive to proclaim all the results after less than three days of voting and after the publication of 350 procedural decisions on the results of all constituencies,” he said in a statement to TAP.

He confirmed that the ISIE Board and its staff have joined the press center in Tunis where the manual and electronic counting and checking of minutes of the results collected in regions will take place.

The municipal elections of Sunday, May 6, 2018 are the first of their kind since the 2011 Tunisian revolution.

Source: TAP News Agency

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