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3 things that will follow after Election Proclamation

3 things that will follow after Election Proclamation #ElectionsZW

President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced the dates for the much-awaited 2023 general election, which signals the start of his second term and also his legal last term of office. His first term started in August 2018.

However, the proclamation that was made on Wednesday 31 May will see the following things happening

Voter Registration:

Voter Registration for the purposes of the 2023 general closes on the 2nd of June because according to the Electoral Act Section 26A, voter registration closes two days after the President has proclaimed the election, as what happened on Wednesday. Zimbabwe who are yet to register have until tomorrow to do so if they want to vote in the 2023 general election.

Nomination Court:

The Nomination Court has been set for the 21st of June 2023 starting at 10 am in the morning at various centres that have been designated across the country.

Polling Day:

The polling day in relation to the 2023 general election has been set for 23 August, at the various polling stations that will be published by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC)

Election Proclamation: 3 Things that will happen #ElectionZW

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