The Office of the Solomon Islands Electoral Commission (OSIEC) strongly warns intending candidates and voters to refrain from buying and selling voter ID cards.

The Office of the Solomon Islands Electoral Commission strongly warnsboth intending candidates and registrants to refrain from adversely influencing the registration process.

The Office of the Solomon Islands Electoral Commission has noticed that there has been a very high number of voters transferring themselves to new constituencies.

The nation-wide BVR update is progressing well throughout the country according to reports received from provincial registration teams.

The Office of the Solomon Islands Electoral Commission (SIEC) in a statement said apart from expected teething problems to be encountered from the start and various complaints emanating from the Out of Constituency Registration Centre at Town Ground in Honiara, the overall process is now progressing really well across the country.

The Office of the Solomon Islands Electoral Commission (SIEC) has warned intending candidates or their agents from influencing the Voter Registration process.

In a press statement, SIEC said the BVR update exercise must be carried out freely without influence.

The National Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) Update exercise has commenced today, September 3rd 2018.

Registration teams have been deployed to all the provincesin the past week and are now carrying out the registration exercise.