11 Aug Electoral (Amendment) Act (No.2), 2011

About the Law

This Nigerian law amends the Electoral Act No.6, 2010 (as amended).

 

Key provision:

  • Abridges the time from 60 days to 30 days within which the Independent National Electoral Commission shall stop the registration of voters before any general election

 

You can read all the provisions of the law here – Electoral Amendment Act No.2 2011

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