The High Court will remain open on the day of the first round of the presidential elections, Saturday, 9 September, to allow for the filing of any election-related complaints, the court has announced.
The judicial branch will be open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday to accommodate election complaints, and it will remain open every day except Fridays for up to 14 days after the official results are announced by the Elections Commission (EC).
Complaints can be submitted both in person and online, and complainants can also contact the court by phone outside of the regular working hours, the court said. Complaint filings must include details and evidence of any irregularities.
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