OFFICE OF THE ELECTORAL COMMISSIONER
Please find below your details:
Call on: 8002010
Cnr Remy Ollier and Louis
Pasteur Streets, 4th Floor, Max City Building, Port Louis.
NOTE: Our helpline is operational
during office hours, on weekdays.
42 of the Constitution stipulates that a person shall be
qualified to be registered as an elector if:
a Commonwealth citizen of not less than 18 years of age.
he has resided in Mauritius for a period of not less than
2 years immediately before the 1st January of the year in
which he is seeking registration or he is domiciled in
Mauritius and is a resident therein on the prescribed
A house to house enquiry is usually effected in
January/February every year, when you can do so. If
you have failed to register during that period, you may
still do so after the provisional registers of electors are
published. The relevant dates and other details are
widely publicised in the press and on radio and TV at the
advisable to produce your National Identity Card or in
default your Birth Certificate or Passport and a Utility
those persons whose names appear in the register of
75(1) of the Representation of the People Act stipulates:-
person shall be entitled to vote at an election for any
electoral area unless his name is on the register of
electors in force for that electoral area."
Your particulars have been successfully submitted. For any
additional information, you may call on 8002010 between 9am to 4pm.
Cnr Remy Ollier and Louis Pasteur Streets, 4th
Floor, Max City Building, Port Louis