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Chester Williams: Curfew not meant to hinder election process

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Posted: Wednesday, October 28, 2020. 10:05 am CST.

By BBN Staff: The Commissioner of Police, Chester Williams has made clear that despite ( think I should use another word other than despite) comments on social media that the curfew will be to steal the election, the curfew is not meant to hinder the election process.

“It is not going to cause any political party to hijack the election as you can see that is some of the comments from some quarters that the curfew is going to enable the government to steal the election. Let me say that elections are conducted by public officers and for example at the polling stations we will have the presiding officers, we will the polling clerks and each political party has their respective scrutineers,” Williams explained.

The curfew will not affect public officers who are working as part of the election process, or the scrutineers of the political parties at the counting stations. Neither will it affect the candidates contesting the elections.

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