3,821 election law violation cases reported so far: EC

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The Elections Commission has received a total of 3,821 complaints from October 8 to November 13 regarding election law violations and violent activities, the Commission said.

It said ten violent activities had been reported to the National Election Complaint Management Centre and District Election Complaint Management Centres while 3, 687 election law violations were reported to the respective centres.

107 other cases had also been reported.

During the last 24 hours of yesterday (13) till 4.00 p.m, 92 complaints had been reported in connection with election law violations and no violent activities were reported and 91 other cases had also been reported.

The Elections Commission has decided to open complaint offices to investigate election complaints at the Elections Secretariat in Rajagiriya and all district offices to entertain complaints relating to the forthcoming presidential election.

These complaint offices are established in collaboration with the police and after investigating the complaints received during the presidential elections this year, new laws are promulgated to prevent issues that are seen as routinely happening during elections. (Chaturanga Samarawickrama)

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