Legal Politics

High Court receives seven complaints regarding elections

High Court

Maldives High Court has revealed that seven complaints have been submitted in regards to the general elections.

The court on Wednesday revealed that they had received seven complaints, all to do with eligible voters names not being included in the voters’ registry.

The court is yet to scheduled trials to commence in regards to all seven cases.

Complaint submissions will be accepted until 2 pm on 10 April, the Elections Commission earlier revealed, going on to state that complaint forms will be available through the commission, city council premises, as well as atoll and city, complains bureaus.

The jurisdiction on complaints regarding elections falls on the High Court of Maldives. Candidates, political parties, observers or monitors and those actively involved in electoral procedures may file complaints at the court.

The parliamentary election is less than a week away, scheduled for 6 April.

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