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g7+ International Observers to conduct observation on the parliamentary election in Timor-Leste

g7+ International Observers to conduct observation on the parliamentary election in Timor-Leste

PHoto Tatoli

DILI19 may 2023 (TATOLI) – The delegation from g7+ International has arrived in Timor – Leste to witness the parliamentary elections to be held on 21 may 2023.

Larry Bojohn Fangawa, Western Region Coordinator, Election Commission of Sierra Leone, said under the flagship program of Peer Learning and Fragile to- Fragile Cooperation the delegation of g7+ International present in Timor Leste to observe election processes in g7+ member states in an impartial, professional, independent, and ethical manner and also to contributes to enhancing democratic consolidation, strengthening peace and development through election observation in Timor -Leste.

“We will observe the process of the parliamentary election on 21 of May in Dili, Likisa, and Manatuto to ensure the transparency election base on the principles of democratization to promote peace and stability in Timor – Leste, the finding note and recommendation will submit to the government of Timor – Leste to be considered in the next election,” Sierra Leone, Lary Fangawa told reporters at the office of g7 + in Palace Government, Dili on friday.

The delegation consists of three experts namely, Larry Bojohn Fangawa, Western Region Coordinator, Election Commission of Sierra Leone, Ibrahim Kamara, Deputy Director for North Region, Political Parties Regulation Commission of Sierra Leone and Fernando Monteiro, technical staff of the Election Commission in Guinea-Bissau.

The g7+ Observer will remain in the country until may 28, 2023.

During the mission, the international observers have the opportunity to meet with the General Director, Technical Secretary of Electoral Administration (STAE), and President of the National Election Commission (CNE) to exchange views and share experiences of conducting fair and free elections. 

The observers also observe the final campaign of the political parties in Tasi-Tolu to ensure parties comply with the rule and regulations established by the CNE. 

On Election Day, the observers will be divided into five teams to observe the voting process around the country. The observers will then publish a preliminary report and submit it to the CNE and the Government of Timor-Leste.

 

 

Journalist: Camilio de Sousa

Editor: Nelia Borges

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