Complaints relating to the voters register should be resolved prior to election day.
- All complaints relating to voter registration should be resolved within a reasonable timeframe prior to election day.
- The timeframes should provide a suitable balance between the time pressures of an election process, and ensuring that there is sufficient time to allow a complaint/appeal to be lodged and heard fairly. There should also be sufficient time to allow for any remedy to be meaningful. This is particularly important for complaints that relate to voter or candidate registration, as remedies should be enforceable before election day.