Couva MP: Voters with poll cards turned away - EntornoInteligente /

More than a dozen vot­ers with poll cards were turned away from the polls on Mon­day at the Cou­va East Sec­ondary School in the mar­gin­al elec­toral dis­trict of Cal­i­for­nia-Point Lisas.

Cou­va South MP Rudranath In­dars­ingh said he got sev­er­al calls ear­li­er of elec­tion dis­crep­an­cies. In­dars­ingh said a woman in pos­ses­sion of a poll card was told that her name was not on the list. He said the woman in­sist­ed that they look for her name on the binder un­til she was al­lowed to vote. He said the po­lice and the EBC “seemed to have been work­ing with their own agen­da and their in­ter­pre­ta­tion of the rules” as to where the mock sta­tions should be. In­dars­ingh said there was a high lev­el of in­con­sis­ten­cy. Can­di­date Ram­c­hand Ra­jbal Maraj said they re­ceived com­plaints from elec­tors that re­turn­ing of­fi­cers were mak­ing life hard for them, turn­ing them away from the sta­tions. He said in some cas­es peo­ple have been vot­ing at these sta­tions for sev­er­al years. Ryan Ram­per­sad, one of the can­di­dates for Long­denville-Todds Road on the CT­TRC said there was a steady flow of vot­ers with a high­er than usu­al num­ber of young peo­ple com­ing out to vote.

LINK ORIGINAL: The Trinidad Guardian

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