The Chairperson of the National Elections Commission (NEC), Madam Davidetta Browne Lansanah on the head of a two-person delegation is these days in Grand Bassam, the Ivory Coast to take part in the 8th (eighth) General Assembly of the ECOWAS Network of Electoral Commissions, ECONEC.
The NEC-Liberia’s two-person delegation additionally participated in a one-day symposium of ECONEC. The symposium was once held below the theme, “Restoring the Sanctity and Integrity of the Vote”. At the eighth General Assembly, NEC-Liberia Chairperson, Madam Davidetta Browne Lansanah maintained her place because the First Vice President of ECONEC. Others are Mr. Ibrahim Coulibaly-Kuibier, President of the Independent Electoral Commission of Cote d’Ivoire, Mr. Mohamed Kenewui Konneh, second Vice President, Electoral Commission for Sierra Leone, Mr. Sacca Lafia, Treasurer, Autonomous National Electoral Commission of Benin, Ms. Felisberta Moura Vaz, Deputy Treasurer, National Electoral Commission of Guinea-Bissau and Mr. Francis Gabriel Oke, Permanent Secretary Hear, Electoral Assistance, Division of ECOWAS.
The NEC-Liberia’s delegation comprises the Chairperson, Madam Davidetta Browne Lansanah and the Director of Field Coordination, Madam Deddeh Mulbah Pusah.
The NEC-Liberia’s delegation is in Ivory Coast on the invitation of the ECOWAS Network of Electoral Commissions, ECONEC.
According to a dispatch from Grand Bassam, the primary purpose of the symposium is to significantly interrogate the approach of making sure that exact votes upload as much as a sound and applicable electoral result.
A NEC observation stated the symposium seeks to additionally overview other theoretical approaches to arriving at an electoral result, and to discover world easiest practices in election effects control.
The symposium additionally appears on the appraise sensible approach of growing an audit path for election effects, to imagine varies approach of making sure the sanctity and integrity of the vote in the West African Region, in addition to sharing election effects processing and control stories shape more than a few ECONEC member EMBs.
The one-day symposium will probably be carried out thru plenary discussions on explicit topics. It will probably be arranged round 4 plenary classes.
The dispatch stated the predicted results is anticipated that on the finish of the symposium contributors would have received a clearer approach of making sure the integrity of the vote and bettering effects control processes in order to additional entrench electorate agree with and acceptance of electoral results. Participants also are anticipated to have got comparative sensible insights at the serve as of credible effects control machine.
Author: New Republic