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UAE FNC elections 2023: List of electors for all emirates announced – News


More women and young Emiratis aged 21 to 40 will vote in this year’s elections

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by WAM

published: Saturday, July 8, 2023 at 5:31 pm

The National Electoral Commission (NEC) of the UAE on Saturday published the list of members of the Electoral College of each emirate who will stand in the 2023 Federal National Council (FNC) elections.

A total of 398,879 voters were registered, an increase of 18.1% compared to the 2019 list, which included 337,738 Emirati voters.

Women will vote 51 percent of the way through this year’s election, compared with 49 percent of men, the NEC said.

It also noted that young Emiratis aged 21 to 40 accounted for 55 percent, while those aged 31 to 40 accounted for 29.89 percent. The rest of the Electoral College members accounted for 25.11%.

“This has enabled a large number of young Emiratis across the UAE to participate in elections and choose their representatives in the FNC,” NEC said.

In terms of geographical distribution, 126,779 members are from Abu Dhabi, 73,181 members are from Dubai; 72,946 are from Sharjah; 12,600 are from Ajman; 7,577 are from Umm Al Quwain; 62,197 are from Ras Al Khaimah; Chaira.

verification required

All Emiratis on the Electoral College roll must verify their name using their Emirates ID number through various channels, including the NEC website (https://uaenec.ae) and the Smart App.

Voters can also contact the call center on 600500005, trace their name or speak directly to a center representative.

They can also visit the electoral commission offices of their respective emirates for any clarification.

According to the Administrative Regulations, all citizens on the electoral college list, whether as candidates or voters, have the right to participate in the electoral process.

The National Electoral Commission says every voter has the right to vote once in person and cannot authorize anyone else to exercise that right on his or her behalf.

how electors are determined

Each emirate has its own electoral college with members at least 300 times the number of seats allocated to that emirate.

Members of the emirate’s electoral college are elected by the ruler of that emirate. Learn more about UAE FNC here.

Dr. Abdul Rahman bin Mohammed bin Nasser Al Owais, UAE Minister of State, said: “The announcement of the Electoral College marks a new milestone in organizing the electoral process according to the best standards in line with the aspirations of the UAE people. Important Milestone.” FNC Affairs and NEC Chairman.

His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and members of the Supreme Council and The infinite support given by His Highness the Ruler said that parliamentary activities in the UAE constitute a key cornerstone for the development of parliamentary activities in the UAE.


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