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Elections commission meets with party, civil society representatives
By Petra - Nov 13,2012 - Last updated at Nov 13,2012
AMMAN — The Independent Elections Commission (IEC) on Monday held its first meeting with liaison officers at political parties and civil society institutions to look into their suggestions regarding the electoral process.
Sharaf Abu Rumman, head of the IEC’s political parties and civil society institutions department, said the commission is keen on communicating with all parties to listen to their suggestions and concerns regarding the current political phase.
Meanwhile, the IEC concludes looking into the submitted contestations over voter lists on Tuesday. The commission’s decisions on the objections can be appealed at the courts of first instance.
Independent Elections Commission (IEC) President Abdul Ilah Khatib on Thursday said the IEC has exerted maximum efforts to ensure the soundness of the electoral process.
Independent Elections Commission (IEC) President Abdul Ilah Khatib on Saturday said the commission should boost its partnership with all civil society institutions, especially observer groups, pointing out that the IEC’s cooperation with these entities should not be seasonal.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Sunday stressed the important role of the Independent Elections Commission (IEC) and the need to preserve its independence as part of the country’s comprehensive reform process.
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