Voters queue up as deadline looms
Eligible voters who are yet to be registered on the common roll have until 4pm Thursday to get themselves in, or risk getting slapped with a $2,000 fine.
Two long queues of people, starting from the entrance of the Office of the Electoral Commission on the second floor of the S.N.P.F. Building down the stairway to the back of the plaza, has become a common sight in recent days as people check their details against the O.E.C. voter records.
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