To promote transparent electoral processes in Africa by providing an independent, accessible, interactive, ubiquitous platform for observing elections by promoting citizen participation in observation of elections leveraging social media, preparation of analyses of election results to detect discrepancies, voter education to ensure voters are aware of their rights and voting procedures, accredited observation of elections, conduct of opinion polls and preparations of SWOT Analyses of candidates
Friday, 26 September 2014
TAKING AN ANALYTICAL LOOK AT INEC'S CREATION OF ADDITIONAL POLLING UNITS
There has been huge public outcry in some quarters over INEC's intention to create an additional 30,027 polling units. This has even lead to some individuals approaching the law courts while others are threatening mass action and even calling for the resignation of the INEC Chairman.
Election Monitor has prepared this analysis to provide the general public with quantitative and empirical insight into this matter so as to provide greater clarity and understanding by all stakeholders.
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