CHIEF EXECUTIVE ELECTION ORDINANCE
Ord. No. 21 of 2001
(2) The Electoral Registration Officer may amend a subsector provisional register or subsector final register so as to rectify any clerical or printing error or any incorrect name or address of a person who is recorded in the register.
(3) Subject to section 49, a subsector provisional register is to be based on the existing subsector final register.
(4) In compiling a subsector provisional register, the Electoral Registration Officer shall—
- (a) after scrutinizing the register on which the subsector provisional register is to be based, strike out the names and other relevant particulars of those persons whom the Electoral Registration Officer is satisfied on reasonable grounds as being no longer eligible to have their names included in the subsector final register;
- (b) enter the names and other relevant particulars of those persons on an omissions list; and
- (c) add to the register the names and other relevant particulars of those persons who have made applications for registration since the date prescribed for the purposes of this paragraph by the EAC Regulations and who are eligible to have their names included in the subsector final register.
(5) As soon as practicable after complying with subsection (4), the Electoral Registration Officer shall publish—
- (a) in the Gazette; and
- (b) in such other publications (if any) as are prescribed by the EAC Regulations, a notice to the effect that the names and other relevant particulars of persons who are no longer eligible to have their names included in the subsector final register have been entered on an omissions list and specifying the times and the place at which the omissions list may be inspected.
(6) The Electoral Registration Officer shall, for the period prescribed for the purposes of this subsection by the EAC Regulations—
- (a) keep the omissions list at that Officer’s office; and
- (b) during the ordinary business hours of that office, make that list available for inspection by members of the public, free of charge.
15. When subsector final register is to take effect
A subsector final register takes effect on the date of its publication and continues to have effect until the publication of the next subsector final register.
Division 3—Conduct of subsector elections
16. When a subsector ordinary election is to be held
(1) A subsector ordinary election is to be held on the date specified by the Chief Executive. The Chief Executive shall give notice of that date in the Gazette.
(2) The Chief Executive may specify different dates to hold different subsector ordinary elections.
17. Who is eligible to be nominated as a candidate at a subsector election
(1) A person is eligible to be nominated as a candidate at a subsector election for a subsector only if the person—
- (a) has reached 18 years of age;
- (b) is both registered and eligible to be registered for a geographical constituency; and
- (c) either—
- (i) is both registered and eligible to be registered as a voter for that subsector; or
- (ii) satisfies the Returning Officer for the subsector that the person has a substantial connection with the subsector.