GE: Ballot boxes moved to counting centres
SINGAPORE: Ballot boxes across polling stations in Singapore have been sealed and moved to counting centres, after polling closed at 8pm on Saturday. The votes would be counted in the presence of the candidates and agents from the political parties. Once counted, the ballot papers, together with all the relevant records, as well as unused ballot papers will be sealed and transferred to the vault at the Supreme Court where they are kept for at least six months. At the end of six months, the sealed boxes will be transferred to an incineration plant for destruction. The whole procedure is witnessed by candidates and agents from the political parties.