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Mayotte: 52 voters deregistered "ghosts" of the electoral lists in the commune of Chirongui

Fifty-two "ghost" voters have written off the electoral lists of the commune of Chirongui, located in the South of Petite - Terre, on the eve of the next 23 municipal election and March 30, 2014.
As decided by the tribunal of Kaweni weekend last after a procedure initiated by the "United right" list and a hearing which was held on February 25, 2014.
The members of the list had peeled the electoral rolls of the new registrants in the commune, as authorised by law and suspected of serious irregularities concerning on near 165 voters not living in reality in the commune of Chirongui.
For example, a small dead end a few houses oddly lived fifty voters in a limited geographical area, as indicated in the Journal Mayotte newspaper.

As a reminder, the commune of Chirongui are about 4,000 voters and the last municipal elections were played a few hundred votes.

Assani Badrudin

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