Congo's national electoral commission says it has updated the country's electoral list to reassure voters ahead of local and provincial elections this year.
Flavien Misoni, executive secretary of the Independent National Electoral Commission, said the nearly 200,000 voters who had been omitted from 2011 elections were integrated into the new register of more than 30 million people. He said Friday the 18-month operation cost about $30 million dollars.
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