Writ issued for historic November 6 referendum

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The Supervisor of Elections wishes to advise the general public that the Writ for the Referendum which will take place on November 6th 2018 has been issued.

The Office of the Governor General delivered the documents to the Supervisor of Elections in the afternoon of Friday, 5th October 2018.

Today, Saturday, 6th October, the Returning Officers collected the respective documents, which will be posted in familiar places within the constituencies where lists to include the Register of Electors and the Supplementary Lists are usually posted.

The general public is also advised that the question for the ballot paper will read as follows:

“Do you approve the Constitutional Referendum (Amendment) Bill 2018 for an Act proposing to alter the Constitution of Antigua and Barbuda?

Eligible voters will be asked to mark an “X” to the right of the word “YES” showing their approval for the bill or an “X” to the right of the word “NO” showing their disapproval for the bill.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. This is political sleight of hand. Nothing in that question mentions anything about The Privy Council or CCJ so how are people supposed to know what they are voting for or against? Seems a bit unethical to me. Remember the proponents of this bill is telling us that the people are too dumb to consider more than one issue at a time, so why not make it simple so that we the dumb people can understand. Like maybe:- Do you wish to amend the constitution to make the CCJ our final court of appeal?

    • They can’t fool me. I will gladly select the option with NO!! But I do echo your sentiments. Someone is trying ti be tricksy

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