7 May 2012

Angola: Over 200 Members of CPE Upgraded On Electoral Legislative Package

Kuito — At least 205 members of the Provincial Electoral Commission (CPE) of Bié ended on Sunday in Kuito city the capacity building seminar on Electoral Legislative Package that happened from 30 April to 6 May.

The seminar aimed to empower the participants with technical knowledge to administer the electoral legislative package and train electoral agents.

During the event, the participants were upgraded on matters related to the organic law on general elections, electoral observation, law on political parties and financing of political parties.

The conduct code, organic law on organisation and functioning of provincial electoral commission, law on nationality and practical work were also other themes taught during the seminar.

During the closing ceremony of the seminar, the chairman of CPE, Daniel Chimbinga Chande, appealed the participants to transmit the learnt knowledge to others, so as to materialize the success of electoral process.

He said that CNE is working hard in order to hold the elections in consensual atmosphere so that the democracy in the country may be more and more consolidated among the brothers of the same motherland.

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