By Ahmed Elumami.
Tripoli, 16 February 2014:
Provision has been made for workers in the oil industry who are . . .[restrict]far from home on Thursday to vote in the Constitutional Committee elections. The High National Election Commission (HNEC) told the Libya Herald today that 6,611 oil workers had registered and that they would be casting their vote on election day at the oil fields and other places of work around the country.
They will be able to vote for candidates in any sub-constituency of their choice, with computers at the polling stations printing the necessary ballot papers.
There are 19 polling stations at ten oil company complexes. Each polling station will have five stafs, themselves also oil workers, to oversee the process.
The stations are at:
- Ajdabiya area: Nine polling stations
- Sirte area: Four polling stations
- Zawia area: Two polling stations
- Jebal 2 area: One polling station
- Obari area: One polling station
- Ghadames area: One polling station
- Tobruk area: One polling station
Counting of votes will be at the HNEC offices in Tripoli.