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COMMMONWEALTH YOUTH COUNCIL ELECTION
VOTERS LIST

COUNTRIES | VOTERS NAME | EMAIL ADDRESS | Antigua and Barbuda | Ransfors Simms | ransfordsimms@gmail.com | | Famarla Jacobs | fams8701@gmail.com | Australia | Lachlan Cooke | lfcooke@iceafoundation.com.au | | Vanessa Picker | Vanessa.picker@gmail.com | The Bahamas | No Voters Nominated | | Bangladesh | Pending | | Barbados | Cherisse Francis | | | Nikolai Holder | | Belize | No Voters Nominated | | Botswana | Koziba Malibala | Kazibam@gmail.com | | Moabi Tshelani | tshelanem@606.bw | Brunei | Muham Auji Azizi Bin Mohd Noor | aujiazizi@hotmail.com | Cameroon | Ngen Yves Riyuh | ngenyves@yahoo.com | | Rose-Mary Agbor Mbeng Agbor | | Canada | Alicia Swinamer | Alicia.swinamer@alumni.carleton.a | | Fawzi Ghosn | Fawzighosn@hotmail.com | Cyprus | No Voters Nominated | | Dominica | No Voters Nominated | | Ghana | Anita Al-Hassan Adam | | | Stephen Kankam Badu | | Grenada | Royden Beharry | beharryroyden@hotmail.com | | Rashid Sylevester | rashidsylvester@gmail.com | Guyana | Tricia Teekah | tnteekah@gmail.com | | Tiffany Daniels | tiffanyd_89@hotmail.com | India | Ms. Sandhya, J&K | | | Ms. Chanu Yaiphabi Leimapokpan | e.gayathri@nic.in | Jamaica | Keeva | Jones-nackie_jones@yahoo.com | | Nackadian | Taylor-t.keva@yahoo.com | Kenya | Mary Achieng Ogolla | | | Atemo Opulu Dishon | | Kiribati | No Voters Nominated | | Lesotho | No Voters Nominated | | Malawi | No Voters Nominated | | Malaysia | Hanul Haniff Bin Harun | hanifuia@gmail.com | The Maldives | Pending | | Malta | Karl Bugeja | bugejakarl@gmail.com | Mauritius | Pending | | Mozambique | Pending | | Namibia | Ephraem Tuhadeleni Nekongo | | | Delicia Beatrice Kotungondo | | Nauru | No Voters Nominated | | New Zealand | No Voters…...

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