External audit of the INEC electoral roll is announced

December 16, 2014 OPINION/NEWS




Sylvain Muyali

The chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Apollinaire Malu Malu announced that there will be an external audit of the electoral roll of that with the assistance of the International Organization of the Francophonie (OIF), during the meeting held Friday, December 12th at the People’s Palace with the liaison committee of various political parties.

“The steps are very advanced and experts of the OIF will be there to help audit the INEC electoral roll,” stated the Abbot president who reports on the electoral process.

 Regarding the global calendar 2013-2014 electoral process, the INEC president said that this operation depends on two conditions: the budget and the legal framework for elections, announcing also that efforts continue with the government in this respect.

Ms. Elodie Ntamuzinda, a member of the Plenary in charge of monitoring political parties, at the meeting, which coincided with the first anniversary of the liaison committee, was to exchange information with the election of political parties representatives.

She took the opportunity to express her joy about the remarkable results achieved by the INEC authorities since 2013 including the official launch of the connecting frame, accreditation of representatives of more than 364 political parties, the adoption and signing of the Memorandum of Understanding establishing the liaison committee, the participation in open days at the INEC, the training seminar on the legal and regulatory framework for elections in the DRC as well as the establishment and operation of joint technical secretariat.




sylvain muyali

Sylvain Muyali

Sylvain Muyali is a Journalist, Photographer and Filmmaker from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He has reported previously for the Associated Press and his words and images can also be found at ‘Vivons Positivement


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