9 May 2011

Sudan: Crisis of Elections in South Kordufan State Contained, Says National Elections Commission

Kadugli — Deputy Chairman of the National Elections Commission (NEC) Prof. Abdullah Mohamed Abdullah Monday announced that the crisis of the Elections in South Kordufan State has been contained. He added that the delegation of the NEC has reached an agreement with the two parties to set up three committees to gather and to match the results of the polling Stations in order to speed up the pace of work and to complete the work within three or four days only after which the High Commission for Elections in the State will forward the results to the NEC so as to be announced later in Khartoum. Professor Abdullah commended the performance of the Sudanese political parties during various stages of the vote in South Kurdufan State.

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