Right to an Effective Remedy and Voter Registration
- Individuals must have the right to a remedy for violation of their participatory rights relating to the election process.
- Remedy should be available for complaints arising throughout the electoral process.
- Effective redress requires disputes to be dealt with in a timely manner.
- Decisions on requests for a remedy should be made with a time period set by law.
- Complaints relating to the voters register should be resolved prior to election day.
- The timeline for filing complaints arising from the voter registration period may be limited directly before the election to allow for the finalization of voter registers.
- Remedy procedures should be clearly stated in law and pursuit of these procedures should be allowed within a reasonable limit of time.
- Both claims and objections must be allowed.