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North East St. Ann: Slow process irks voters

Published: Thursday December 29, 2011 | 9:48 am Comments 0

Lengthy identification process has caused voters in North East, St. Ann to stand in lines longer than they would like.

Some voters who turned up at the Bethel Basic School in Windsor Heights, St. Ann’s Bay have voiced their frustration to the Gleaner. They complain that they are standing in short lines for as long as 15 minutes.

This delay was caused in part by voters the lengthy identification process for some voters, who turned up without their national identification card.

Jamaica Labour Party candidate Shahine Robinson and Paul Stewart of the People's National Party are contesting this seat in the 2011 general election in Jamaica.

rural@gleanerjm.com

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