20. What actually happens during the revision of electoral registers?

During the period of revision, the following persons may be entered on the electoral register: citizens who meet the conditions laid down by law and those who whose names were previously omitted. Conversely, the following are deleted from the electoral register: - deceased persons; - persons ordered to be struck off the register by the competent judicial authority; - persons who no longer meet the conditions laid down by law; - persons found to have been wrongfully registered. Likewise, modifications are made to the electoral register following any change of residence or clerical errors noticed especially regarding the full name, parentage, date and place of birth of electors. It also provides an opportunity for any citizen whose name has been omitted from the electoral register to apply to be entered on the register.