‘2 Million Voters Removed From Voters’ Roll’ ZESN Reports
More than two million voters who featured on the 2013 preliminary voters’ roll failed to appear on the 2018 biometric voters’ roll (BVR), the Zimbabwe Elections Network (Zesn) has established.
“Overall, Zesn finds that the 2018 voters’ roll received on June 18 is an improvement over the 2013 preliminary voters’ roll,” Zesn chairperson, Andrew Makoni said.
“2 676 395 (45%) registrants on the 2013 preliminary voters’ roll could not be matched by national ID number to the 2018 voters’ roll and, therefore, are likely to no longer be registered. Over 2 470 156 (43%) of registrants on the 2018 voters’ roll are likely to be first time registrants as their ID numbers are not included in the 2013 voters’ roll,” Zesn said in its findings.
Zesn, which could not give the Zec voters’ roll a clean bill of health, said the 2018 voters’ roll was way better than that used in 2013 and could have resulted in the removal of the problematic ghost voters that hogged the limelight in that poll.
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