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Public invited to discuss improvements to Island's voting processes

An electoral review is underway with public meetings to be held

Public meetings are to take place around the Island to discuss ways of improving the Island's voting processes.

The sessions, held under the auspices of the Electoral Commission, will be an opportunity for people to share their experiences and make suggestions.

The Electoral Commission, has been tasked with reviewing the number of boundaries and constituencies, the accessibility of elections, postal and proxy voting procedures, and the feasibility of 'all Island' polling stations.

Information has already been gathered from key stakeholders such as previous election candidates, current members of Tynwald, Deputy Returning Officers and other interested parties.

The public meetings will be in Ramsey Town Hall on the 25th of May, St Andrews Church, Douglas on 15 June at Arbory's Parish Hall, 20 June at Corrin Hall and Peel on the 29 June. All will start at 18.30.

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