Candidates for next month’s general election have an April 24 deadline for publishing their declaration of interests in the Cayman Islands Gazette.
In a statement released Tuesday, elections officials noted that failure by candidates to publish their interests in the Gazette by the deadline is a disqualifying criteria under the Cayman Islands Constitution Order (2009).
Three Gazette issues remain open for publication prior to the April 24 date: Thursday, April 13; Wednesday, April 19; and Friday, April 21. The deadline for publication is noon on the day before publication.
Elections officials pointed out that there is a minimum cost of $600 plus $150 for every page over four pages.
Content may be submitted by visiting the Gazette office, in Government Information Services, on the 2nd floor of the Government Administration Building on Elgin Avenue, Grand Cayman.
Anyone with questions should call 244-1752, or email caymangazettes.gov.ky.