SINGAPORE - Singapore's voter rolls are being updated and will be open for public inspection later this month, said the Elections Department (ELD) on Friday (Feb 1).
Separately, the electoral division of East Coast has been altered to include the island of Pedra Branca, said a notice in the electronic Government Gazette.
In its statement, the ELD said the lists of Singaporeans eligible to vote at the next general election will be open for public inspection for two weeks towards the end of this month.
At that time, it will provide information on how Singaporeans can check the registers of electors.
The Parliamentary Elections Act requires the registers to be revised not later than three years after every general election. It also provides for the Prime Minister to call for revisions from time to time.