FLOW 23 – A successful conference on digital transformation
02 June 2023
4 Sight Group in collaboration with the Malta Chamber of SMEs organised the 2nd edition...
Commission reminds persons who, on the 31st March, 2014, were qualified to be
registered as voters, of the importance of verifying that their name and
particulars have been included in the revised electoral register published on the
7th April, 2014.
who obtained Maltese Citizenship through naturalization or registration and
certified dual nationals are entitled to be registered as voters in this
register if, on the 31st March, 2014, they had the necessary qualifications in accordance
with the Constitution of Malta and the General Elections Act (Chap. 354). These persons are urged to verify their
inclusion in this Electoral Register.
person whose name has not been included in this register, or whose particulars
appearing in the Register need to be corrected, may appeal to the revising
officer up to Monday, 28th April, 2014, to have his/her name included in this
register, notwithstanding that no prior application may have been made to the
Commission for such purpose.
Further information on the
electoral procedure can be found at: www.electoral.gov.mt
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