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GECOM Replacing Unsatisfactory ID Cards

The Guyana Election Commission (GECOM) is continuing to replace unsatisfactory photographs and to correct other defects on national identification cards after persons have complained that the photograph appearing on their new ID card is not up to standard or there are other errors.

The Continuous Registration process, being undertaken by the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM), commenced on 6th September 2010 and is expected to conclude on 31 December 2010.

Persons wishing to register are reminded that they would require an original Birth Certificate as the major source document for registration.

All Guyanese are being urged; especially young people 14 years and above, are urged to take advantage of this opportunity to become registered. If persons were unable to register during the House-to-House Registration programme, then they should visit the GECOM Office in your District with their source documents to ensure that you are registered on this occasion.

GECOM noted that there are still many persons who were registered, during the House-to-House Registration process, and have not yet collected their new National ID Cards.

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