Polling Center

2nd day of the Referendum

10 January 2011: A South Sudanese vote, assisted by a local staff, at the 2nd day of the referendum over South Sudan’s independence, at El Fasher polling center, North Darfur. [Click on the picture to enlarge it].

10 January 2011: A polling staff member control registration cards during the 2nd day of the referendum on South Sudan’s independence, at El-Fasher polling center, North Darfur. [Click on the picture to enlarge it].

10 January 2011: A staff member of the El Fasher polling center close a ballot at the end of the 2nd day of the referendum on South Sudan’s independence. [Click on the picture to enlarge it].

Referendum

Historical moment in Sudan with the referendum on Southern Sudan’s independence and the opening this morning at 8am (GMT+3) of the polling centers. Almost 4 millions South Sudaneses (including 23’000  in Darfur) are going to vote. In El Fasher, thousands of South Sudaneses have already left in the last months and went back to their homes but 548 South Sudan are registered to vote.

09 January 2011: First voters at El Fasher polling center, North Darfur. Registred South Sudaneses have one week to voter for the referendum over South Sudan’s independence. [Click on the picture to enlarge it].