Elections Cameroon: lessons learnt from the electoral process and the 7 October presidential election

On Tuesday, 12 February 2019 at the Mont Fébé Hotel Yaounde, ELECAM, in partnership with UNDP, presented the report of the workshop on lessons learnt from the electoral process in Cameroon and the presidential election of 7 October 2018, which held at the Sawa Hotel in Douala from 26 to 30 November 2018.

 

In the presence of the diplomatic corps, donors, civil society, stakeholders of the electoral process in their majority, Elections Cameroon in partnership with UNDP presented on Tuesday, 12 February at the Mont Febe Hotel, Yaounde, the report of the workshop on lessons learnt from the electoral process and the presidential election of 7 October 2018, held at the Sawa Hotel, Douala from 26 to 30 November 2018. Enow Abrahams Egbe, Chairperson of the Electoral Board, in his speech reviewed the advances of Elections Cameroon in electoral matters. In the exchange that followed the presentation of the report, the Director General of Elections gave an overview of electoral activities in 2019. In this regard the DGE recalled that 2019 is an election year with the regional, municipal and legislative elections expected.

Subsequently, a project to support the electoral cycle in Cameroon (PACE-CAM) was presented in order to arouse the interest and support of partners. At the end of the meeting, the partners and stakeholders of the electoral process expressed their satisfaction with the progress of the electoral process in our country, and each of them were determined to implement the recommendations contained in the report in order to contribute to the progress of the electoral process in our country.