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April 24 announced as election day in the BVI

Published:Thursday | March 16, 2023 | 1:39 PM
The House of Assembly was dissolved on March 10. - CMC

ROAD TOWN, British Virgin Islands, CMC – Residents of the British Virgin Islands (BVI) will vote for a new government on April 24.

Governor John Rankin has signed the proclamation detailing election day in accordance with Section 86 of the Virgin Islands Constitution.

Section 86 states: “A general election shall be held at such time within two months, but not earlier than 21 days, after every dissolution of the House of Assembly as the Governor shall appoint by proclamation published in the Gazette.”

The House of Assembly was dissolved on March 10.

Advance polling will be held on April 21.

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