A REVIEW of procedures in last Thursday's subsector election is to be held in the next few days. Secretary for Constitutional Affairs Michael Suen Ming-yeung said after an election carnival that he hoped the review would help smooth out voting and vote-counting procedures for May 24 polls. It took nearly 11 hours early on Friday to count just 32,630 ballots in the subsector poll. Mr Suen blamed the delays on lack of space and not enough tables to count votes on. Mr Suen again reiterated he was satisfied with the overall poll turnout and hoped things would fare better on polling day for the first Legislative Council on May 24. Chief Secretary for Administration Anson Chan Fang On-sang urged the 2.8 million registered voters to cast their ballots on May 24. 'We'll have a series of promotions to let the public understand that the voting procedures would be very simple. There will also be a lot of polling stations for people to vote at,' she said.