If your details are wrong, you can file an application to change them or a complaint between 10 and 17 August in the Town or City Council, consulate or provincial offices of the Electoral Roll Office.
Only claims about the following issues will be admitted:
- Remedying mistakes in personal details.
- Change of address in the same constituency.
- Non-inclusion of the complainant on any electoral roll section in the constituency in spite of being entitled to be included.
The following will not be admitted:
- Complaints concerning a change of address from one constituency to another made after 29 May 2015, the date when the electoral roll was closed.
If the complaint is made to:
- your local council, you will have to show your national identity document, passport or driving licence (a photocopy must be provided), or
- the provincial office of the Electoral Roll Office, where you will have to show your national identity document, passport or driving licence (a photocopy must be provided) and a certificate of being on the population register.
The provincial offices of the Electoral Roll Office will rule on complaints no later than 20 August and will display these rulings publically on 21 August. They will also notify the complainant, local councils and consulates about their decision.