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The Roads, Buildings and General Services Authority (BRAGSA) has completed the construction of 26 ramps at designated polling stations across the country.

This as BRAGSA teams up with the Electoral Office to get the polling stations fully functional for Thursday’s general elections.

The construction work was done in an effort to provide easier access to the polling stations for voters, BRAGSA said.

In addition to the ramps, some structural work was done on the inside with the installation of partitions.

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One reply on “BRAGSA constructs ramps at polling stations”

  1. Nathan 'Jolly' Green says:

    So what happens when the tide comes in, can you still use the ramp?

    Looks decidedly flimsy and weak to me. A push chair containing a 300lb lady being pushed by two other 300lb chompers. Or worse still someone much heavier like the comrade. Imagine three like him on the ramp.

    Are you insured against ramp failure? then what happens if the tide comes in whilst your inside voting?

    How come there is lumber and plywood available I thought yo gave it all away?

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