Frequently Asked Questions

  • 1. Enrolment FAQs
FAQs

Enrolment FAQs

Question 1: Where do I find my name on the Electoral Roll?
Answer:  You can be able to locate your name on the Ward Electoral Roll that you registered in the last National and LLG Election that you voted in 2012 and 2013.

Question 2: Where do I go to check my name and details on the Electoral Roll?
Answer:  
1. Call into the nearest Provincial Electoral Office to check your name and details. 
2. The PNGEC has a Information Resource Center (IRC) in its HQ Office in Port Moresby where you can make an appointment to visit to check your name and details. 
3. You can also look up the PNGEC website www.pngec.gov.pg  ​to check your details on the roll lookup or 
4. PNGEC also has a toll free number 303 5559 where you can call up to check your name and details.


Question 3: What if I do not locate my name on the Electoral Roll?
Answer: Your name may have been removed if you have transferred to a new location or ward, therefore you must re-enrol when the Enrolment Agents visit your area.

Question 4: I have transferred to another location, what should I do?
Answer: If you have resided in your new location for more than 6 months, then you may call into your Provincial Electoral Office to Update your details.

Question 5: I will be 18 next year, can I Enrol? 
Answer: If you are turning 18 before April 20th 2017, you may Enrol on the Electoral Roll when the Enrolment Agents visit your area.

Question 6: Can I enrol a person who does not reside in the village?
Answer: No, you cannot Enroll someone on his behalf unless they are People Leaving with Disabilities (PWDs) or very Elderly.

Question 7: What is the correct procedure to enrol using my surname or father's name when filling out an Enrolment form?
Answer: When Using your Father's name when filling out the enrollment form, it is very important that there is no comma, or any other signs in the name as the processing system will not accept it.
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