several partners confirm their support for the local election process in the country

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The elections can really be held by early 2023 according to the projection of the National Elections Authority (ANE).

The current stages according to the spokesperson for the ANE, Théophile Momokoama, are progressing normally. ” The Government and its partners, in particular the European Union and many other countries such as India, have already confirmed their budgetary support” he pointed out.

The lines seem to be moving towards the local elections in the Central African Republic. A certainty of the national electoral authority (ANE) which confirmed several announcements and mobilizations of donors.

« The government and the partners are starting to move the steps a little, which helps us move forward in the process. The work done by the president with a government team is starting to bear fruit, there is even India which is ready to accompany us”.

The United Nations and some friendly countries have already demonstrated and even the European Union, which is a traditional partner in the elections, has confirmed its support ” that it will very soon make its funding available to us for these elections”, added Théophile Momokoama.

With these announcements, projects the ANE, ” we are about to complete the mapping update, the data processing and the setting up of the new dismemberments, it is the law that requires it. The start of the electoral file will follow, for the enrollment of new adults and the consideration of those who have not registered, also returnees and displaced persons. This will take us until October 2022 “, presented the current stage.

At the same time, the ANE is working on the acquisition of equipment and the new timetable to be submitted to the government.

Recall that the local elections scheduled for September 2022 according to the old electoral timetable have been postponed by the ANE to be held in early 2023.

Source : RJDH

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