17th September 03:32 PM
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People who lost their ID cards can still vote - Saneem
With three hours remaining for people to cast their votes, Supervisor of Elections Mohamed Saneem has stressed that people who have lost their voter ID cards can still cast their vote. At a press conference this afternoon, Saneem said that a number of cases were received by presiding officers from various polling stations in regards to this.
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