Think campaign to educate citizens on voting process continues in Puttalam for third day

Think campaign to educate citizens on voting process continues in Puttalam for third day

Written by Staff Writer

03 Aug, 2015 | 3:45 pm

News1st has taken on a proactive role in ensuring a secure future for the country and democracy, ahead of the August 17 general election.

News1st -Sirasa and Shakthi, together with the election monitoring organisation CAFFE, or the Campaign for Free and Fair Elections, have initiated the Think campaign, a novel programme organised with the goal of promoting active citizen participation to ensure a vibrant and flourishing democracy.

The Think campaign hopes to impress upon the citizens of Sri Lanka, the value of the vote and the importance of electing the correct candidate to parliament

Day three of the Think campaign, which hopes to educate the citizenry on the voting process and to motivate them to vote for a clean Parliament, commenced at the Puttalam Bus station at 9:30 a.m. on Monday August 3.

The News 1st, Sirasa and Shakthi staff, together with officials of CAFFE, engaged in the public awareness campaign while collecting signatures for the people’s charter.

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