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Statement By Alhaji Mustapha L. Carayol, Chairman Of The (Iec), At A Press Conference In Preparation For The Local Government Elections.

                DATE:      Thursday 3rd January, 2011
               VENUE:     Election House, Bertil Harding Highway
                                                                                              

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YOU VOTE WHERE YOU REGISTER

Eligible Gambians registered at designated Registration Centres across the country. These centres are going to be the polling stations in the Presidential Election. Since it is stipulated that where one registered is where one votes, the same will happen tomorrow.
 
The electorates are required to show up at the places they were issued voters’ cards. If they go to another polling station other than the one they were registered, they will not be able to vote. The simple reason being that their names will not be at that particular polling station.  
 
 
 

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STATEMENT BY IEC CHAIRMAN ON ELECTION EVE

STATEMENT BY ALHAGIE MUSTAPHA L. CARAYOL, CHAIRMAN OF THE INDEPENDENT ELECTORALCOMMISSION, ON 23RD NOVEMBER, 2011 (EVE OF ELECTIONS)
 
My dear brothers and sisters, as we are all aware of the Presidential Election of tomorrow, Thursday 24th November, 2011, the Independent Electoral Commission would want to once again remind you about the importance of the election and to urge all registered Gambian voters to come out in their large numbers and vote.

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Free Campaign

Political rights and franchise of the individual are among several rights stipulated and guaranteed in chapter IV of the 1997 Gambian Constitution.   Section 26 of this chapter states that every citizen of the Gambia of full age and capacity should have the right, without unreasonable restriction: to take part in the conduct of public affairs, directly or through freely chosen representatives and to vote and stand for election at genuine periodic election for public office, which election shall be by universal and equal suffrage and be held by secret ballot.
 

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Resignation of Mr. Hamat Bah As Member of National Reconciliation Party (NRP)

In accordance with Section 104 subsection 2 of the Elections Act, Mr. Hamat Bah has resigned from the National Reconciliation Party (NRP) with immediate effect.
 
According to Mr. Hamat Bah’s letter dated 8th November 2011, he tendered his resignation in order to enable him stand as an Independent Candidate for the 24th November 2011 Presidential Election.                                                                                 
 

Signed:

Alhajie Mustapha L. Carayol
CHAIRMAN

 

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Declaration of Results of Nomination Presidential Election, 24th November 2011

The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) hereby gives notice that the following persons approved by the Returning Officer, Alhaji Mustapha L. Carayol, have been deemed to be duly nominated to contest the election for the office of the President of the Republic of the Gambia.
 

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Voter Sensitisation

In a bid to ensure the full participation of all stakeholders especially the electorate in the November 24th polls, the Independent Electoral Commission has trained, delegated and funded the two youth groups namely: National Youth Parliament and Youth Ambassadors of Peace to carry out voter sensitization.
 
This laudable initiative is geared towards complementing the Commission’s efforts in ensuring that all registered Gambians vote as embedded in the theme for this election: “The Gambia decides, be part of it.”
 

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Results For the March 29th 2012 National Assembly Elections

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Turn-out
101 Banjul South 1,450   1,086   41%
102 Banjul Central 2,365   1,797   49%
103 Banjul North  Unopposed        
  TOTAL 3,815   2,883   45%
             
201 Bakau 4,306   2,974   46%
202 Jeshwang 5,531   4,747   34%
203 Serrekunda West  Unopposed        
204 Serrekunda Central 5,974   5,097   26%
205 Serekunda East  Unopposed        
  TOTAL 15,811   12,818   32%
             
301 Foni Jarrol 1,422   869   73%
302 Foni Bondali 1,272   964   65%
303 Foni Bintang  Unopposed        
304 Foni Kansala  Unopposed        
305 Foni Brefet  Unopposed        
306 Kombo East  Unopposed        
307 Kombo South  Unopposed        
308 Kombo Central 11,912   13,903   48%
309 Kombo North  Unopposed        
  TOTAL 14,606   15,736   50%
             
401 Lower Niumi 7,413 2,781     48%
402 Upper Niumi  Unopposed        
403 Jokadu  Unopposed        
404 Lower Baddibu 3,612   2,855   73%
405 Central Baddibu  Unopposed        
406 Illiassa  Unopposed        
407 Sabach Sanjal  4,000 3,409     71%
  TOTAL 15,025 6,190 2,855   59%
             
501 Jarra West 4,213   3,710   58%
502 Jarra Central  Unopposed        
503 Jarra East 2,397   2,057   61%
504 Kiang East  Unopposed        
505 Kiang Central 1,997   1,313   60%
506 Kiang West  Unopposed        
  TOTAL 8,607   7,080   60%
             
601 Janjanbureh  609   477   63%
602 Niamina West 1,359 1,292     76%
603 Niamina East  Unopposed        
604 Niamina Dankunku 943 1,194     78%
605 Lower Fulladu West 3,071 754 4,572 2,111 58%
606 Upper Fulladu West  Unopposed        
607 Lower Saloum 3,514 1,354     63%
608 Upper Saloum 3,181 2,844 728   74%
609 Niani 3,517   3,750   60%
610 Nianija 2,009 978     72%
611 Sami  Unopposed        
  TOTAL 18,203 8,416 9,527 2,111 65%
             
701 Jimara  Unopposed        
702 Basse 4,222   7,045   60%
703 Tumana  Unopposed        
704 Kantora  Unopposed        
705 Sandu  Unopposed        
706 Wulli West  Unopposed        
707 Wulli East  Unopposed        
  TOTAL 4,222   7,045   60%
             
  GRAND TOTAL 80,289 14,606 57,944 2,111 50%
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