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St Helena : St Helena CONSTITUTIONAL POLL – RESULTS
Submitted by Saint Helena Herald (Public Relations Information Office) 07.04.2013 (Article Archived on 21.04.2013)

On Saturday 23 March 2013, a Poll was held on St Helena, on the question of a Chief Councillor, raised in the recent discussion paper ‘Improving Democracy and Accountability’





CONSTITUTIONAL POLL – RESULTS



On Saturday 23 March
2013, a Poll was held on St Helena, on the question of a Chief Councillor,
raised in the recent discussion paper ‘Improving Democracy and Accountability’



To the Question: Should
St Helena have a Chief Councillor who can select the Executive Council?
The
results were as follows:



· YES – 42 votes



· NO – 168 votes



The results were
announced yesterday evening by Acting Deputy Chief Secretary, Derek Henry,
immediately after the votes had been counted in the Council Chambers at the
Castle.



A total of 210 votes
were cast, from the total number of those eligible to vote of 2177,
representing a turnout of approximately 10% of the Electorate.



SHG



25 March 2013



 

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