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Are You Registered To Vote?
As a citizen of Nauru you must be registered to vote and all citizens who turn 20 are automatically added to the voter roll.
It is crucial that you come to the NEC in the civic center to check your details are correct and that you are registered in the correct district.
Do you need to transfer your district?
Please read the transfer fact sheet for information about transferring your registration to a new district.
If you are overseas and need to transfer your district registration:
2. Get a barrister or solicitor, a pleader, a Commissioner of Oaths, or a person appointed by the Electoral Commissioner to witness (sign) your form
3. Scan and send to [email protected]
4. Get someone to pay the $150 transfer fee for you. Send them your form too to make sure they submit the right application when they pay the fee. Please get them to visit the NEC offices for information about how to make the payment and submit your application.
As a citizen of Nauru, and aged over 20, you must vote on Election Day unless you are out of Nauru on Election Day, are seriously ill or infirm, or have a reason that is valid and sufficient.
Not voting is an offence – you will be asked to explain why and may have to pay a fine.
You must vote in the district in which you are registered.
Mobile Voting (Special Needs)
If you cannot come to the voting place because you are ill, infirm, or approaching maternity you can ask the NEC to visit you instead.
Applications must be at least 2 days before the Election Day
Download Factsheet ↓ (Coming soon)
Overseas On Election Day? (Proxy Voting)
If you won’t be in Nauru on Election Day, you can apply to the Electoral Commissioner for a proxy voting authorization through appointed witnesses or Consulate/ Embassy or Legal Practitioner.