Fri, 17 Mar 2017 08:37 - Updated Fri, 17 Mar 2017 08:37
Benguela: CASA- CE recommends more work for fair elections
Benguela - Participants in the Broad Advisory Council of CASA-CE, which took place in Benguela province on March 12, recommended to the internal organs of the coalition to work hard in the fairness of the next general elections of the country, through the democratic means and constitutionally established.
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At the end of the meeting, CASA-CE vice-president André Mendes de Carvalho said that the participants recommended to the presidential council to work with all organs of the state to improve the national political environment and ensure equality of treatment among parties and coalitions.
They also recommended concerted actions with legally established opposition political parties and civil society to jointly promote electoral control and the institutionalization of the internal body that will conduct the entire electoral process.
He pointed out that the Council considered that, in order to hold free, fair and transparent general elections, equal treatment for all candidates, as well as fair and consistent law enforcement, impartial public media organs at the service of the democracy.
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