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From 29 to 30 July 2019, Elections Cameroon hosted a delegation from the National Independent Electoral Commission of CHAD at its new head office located within the administrative neighbour hood.

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A few weeks prior to the end of 2019 voter registration period, Elections Cameroon is continuing its strategy to improve the involvement of women in the electoral process. The goal here is to double efforts for more women on the electoral registers and an increased number of female candidates in upcoming elections.

 

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The Chairperson of Elections Cameroon, alongside the Director General and other frontline staff are currently attending the ICPS, International Electoral Affairs Symposium, in the Maldives. 

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As a prelude to the twin election planned in Cameroon for 2019, a workshop on building the capacities of political parties for adopting gender-sensitive internal documents held on Friday, 28 June 2019 at the Yaounde Hôtel Azur

 

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The second ordinary session of the ElectoralBoard held onThursday,27 June 2019atHôtel Mont Fébé, starting from 10 am, in regard to extension of the mandate of Members of Parliament and Municipal Councillors

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The second ordinary session of the ElectoralBoard held onThursday,27 June 2019atHôtel Mont Fébé, starting from 10 am, in regard to extension of the mandate of Members of Parliament and Municipal Councillors

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On Wednesday, 29 May 2019, at the Conference Hall of ELECAM’s headquarters in Bastos, the Chairperson of the Electoral Board granted audience to a Senegalese delegation. The aim of the meeting was to share experiences on Cameroon’s good practices with regard to policies in the area of inclusion and consideration of minorities within the framework of the electoral process.

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In respect to drawing up the electoral register as set out under Section 73 paragraph 1 of the Electoral Code, “no person may have their name entered on more than one electoral register or several times on the same register”.

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The Chairperson of Elections Cameroon, alongside the Director General and other frontline staff,received in audience a four-man delegation, led by Ms KatalainaSapolu, from the Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group on May 6, 2019, at the head office in Bastos. The purpose of the visit was to evaluate the level of preparedness of Elections Cameroon and measures put in place to ensure security in the forthcoming elections in the North-West and South-West Regions of Cameroon.

 

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