Local Government Elections in Islamabad Capital Territory

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CoC for Security Personnel of LGE 2015 in ICT

Code of Conduct for the Security Personnel in Local Government Elections 2015 in ICT

CoC for Polling Personnel of LGE 2015 in ICT

Code of Conduct for the Polling Personnel in Local Government Elections 2015 in ICT

CoC for Polling Agents of LGE 2015 in ICT

Code of Conduct for the Polling Agents in Local Government Elections 2015 in ICT

Code of Conduct for the Media in Local Government Elections  2015  in ICT

Code of Conduct for the Media in Local Government Elections 2015 in ICT

Code of Conduct for the Media in Local Government Elections  2015  in ICT

Code of Conduct for the Media in Local Government Elections 2015 in ICT

Code of Conduct for the Media in Local Government Elections  2015

Code of Conduct for the Media in Local Government Elections 2015

CoC for Election Observers-Media LGE 2015

Code of Conduct for the Election Observers-Media in Local Government Elections 2015

CoC for Election Observers LGE 2015

Code of Conduct for the Election Observers in Local Government Elections 2015

CoC for Candidates and Political Parties Urdu LGE 2015

Code of Conduct for the Candidates and Political Parties (URDU) in Local Government Elections 2015

CoC Candidates and political parties LGE 2015

Code of Conduct for the Candidates and Political Parties in Local Government Elections 2015

ICT Elections FAQs: voting

Some key questions about voting in ICT local government elections are answered below.

Local Government System in Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT)

After Pakistan came into being as an independent state on 14 August1947, the port city of Karachi was declared capital of the country. However, it was felt that a new and permanent capital city had to be built to reflect the diversity of the Pakistani nation.

The video highlights the importance and process of voter registration.

At the age of 18 years a person is eligible to accquire the computerized National Identity Card (CNIC). The CNIC is a prerequisite to register as a voter. A voter has to show his/her CNIC at the polling station to be allowed to cast vote.

This video explains how one can verify his/her vote by sending an SMS to 8300.

The video describes the process of voter registration. A form can be downloaded from website of the Election Commission  of Pakistan (ECP) (www.ecp.gov.pk), or one can get it from nearest office of the ECP. The filled form needs to be submitted to office of the ECP.