2017 GENERAL ELECTIONS PROGRAMME

 

 

The following timetable is proposed for the General Elections on 24th May, 2017  - Click here for PDF version

Date Section Action
Wed 14 December 2016

28(1) & (2) 

Elections Law (2013 Revision)

Issuing of Writs (Form 16)

Cayman Islands Constitutional Order (2009) s. 90 (1) (c)

19 December 2016 13(2) Latest day for Notice of Registration (Form 5) for 2nd Quarter 2017 Register of Electors
1 January 2017 18(3) Coming into force of 1st Quarter 2017 Register of Electors
16 Jan 2017   Close of Registration for the 2nd Quarter 2017 (1April) Register of Electors
31 January 2017 2(1) Registration Date for 2nd Quarter 2017 Register of Electors
31 January 2017 14(1) Publication of Revised List for 2nd Quarter 2017 (Form 8)
20 February 2017  15(1) Last day for Claims (Form 7)
20 February 2017 15(2) Last day for Objections (Form 9)
19 March 2017 13(2) Latest day for Notice of Registration (Form 5) for 3rd Quarter 2017 Register of Electors
21 March 2017

29(1)

Notice of Nominations (Form 17)
Tue 28 March 2017

84(3)

The Cayman Islands

(Constitution Order 2009)

Dissolution of Assembly
Tue 28 March 2017

86(1)

The Cayman Islands

(Constitution Order 2009)

Proclamation declaring General Elections
Wed 29 March 2017

28(2)

Elections Law (2013 Revision)

Nomination Day
Fri 31 Mar 2017

34(2)

Elections Law (2013 Revision)

Notice of Contested Elections (Form 20)
31 March 2017 16(3) Latest day for Notice of Settling of Claims and Objections (Form 10) *
7 April 2017     16(3)  Latest day for Settling of Claims and Objections *
11 April 2017 18(3) Coming into force of 2nd Quarter 2017 Register of Electors
Wed 24 May 2017

34(1)

Elections Law (2013 Revision)

Elections Day
Mon 29 May 2017

61(3)

Elections Law (2013 Revision)

Latest day for Elections Returns to H.E. The Governor

 

 

 

                                               
__________________________________________

Helen Kilpatrick, CB

Her Excellency the Governor

Dated this         day of              , 2016

 

Made under

The Cayman Islands Constitution Order (2009), and

The Elections Law, (2013 Revision)