“In every community in Solomon Islands there is a church”.
 These are the words of Mrs Lily Chekana, in her welcome note to the church participants during a two day ‘Voter Awareness Church Engagement Strategic Workshop’ organized by the Solomon island Electoral Commission supported by the UNDP Strengthening the Electoral Cycle in Solomon Islands Project (SECSIP).  

During the months of August and September, the Solomon Islands Electoral Commission (SIEC), in partnership with the Media Association of the Solomon Islands (MASI) and with support of the UNDP’s Strengthening the Electoral Cycle Project (SECSIP), have continued their collaboration and organized two one-week trainings on Media and Elections for the reporters from the provinces and free-lance professionals based in Gizo Island, Western Province and in Auki, Malaita Province. SECSIP is funded by the European Union, the government of Australia and UNDP.

The Solomon Islands Electoral Commission (SIEC) has completed a fact-finding mission to Nepal as part of its continuing efforts to improve election management in Solomon Islands.

Former Parliamentarian, Alfred Sasako, has renewed his call for Constituency Voter Booths to be set up in Honiara, saying it is a win, win situation for all stakeholders.

The Solomon Islands Electrol Commission SIEC has yesterday officially launched its newly designed website www.siec.gov.sb at the SIEC head office in Vavaya Ridge.

The Office of the Solomon Islands Electoral Commission has revealed that a total of 287,438 registered voters are on the newly compiled Provisional Voters List.