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INEC Set To Commence Legal Reforms Ahead Of 2023 Polls —mahmood by Wisdom58(f): 6:55pm On Jun 14
According to NAN THickmatch.com reports as follows
Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Professor Mahmood Yakubu, has again reiterated the commission’s determination to reform the country’s electoral process.

Yakubu who spoke on Friday in Abuja said steps are already ongoing ahead of the 2023 polls.

Besides, INEC boss said various recommendations including that of the European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) in the 2019 polls, would form major inputs in the areas of reform.

Yakubu who spoke at a meeting with the Chief Observer of the European Union Election Observation Mission, Maria Arena noted that a report will be submitted to the newly inaugurated Ninth National Assembly at the end of its review of last general elections.

He said, “Every election in any democracy around the world is work in progress. We, therefore, look forward to the full EU EOM report and recommendations on the elections. We are confident that there will be useful lessons for the Commission as we prepare for future elections. “Indeed, the report is coming at the right time as it will feed into our ongoing review of the conduct of the elections.

“Let me assure you that the Commission will again quickly focus attention on the electoral legal framework in addition to several other areas of reform. We will study in detail all your recommendations as part of our ongoing internal review of the 2019 general elections which we hope to conclude in the next two months.

“Immediately thereafter, we shall engage with the leadership of the 9th National Assembly on areas that require legislation while implementing aspects of the reform within the powers of the Commission in full consultation with stakeholders. There is so much work to do but little time ahead of us.


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Re: INEC Set To Commence Legal Reforms Ahead Of 2023 Polls —mahmood by Nobody: 7:05pm On Jun 14
Diversion to cover up his fraudulent behaviour at the last election

Go and testify honestly at the courts about what happened. That's where the reform starts!

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Re: INEC Set To Commence Legal Reforms Ahead Of 2023 Polls —mahmood by NonsoWow: 7:21pm On Jun 14
krendo:
Diversion to cover up his fraudulent behaviour at the last election

Go and testify honestly at the courts about what happened. That's where the reform starts!
Atikulated obituary!
Re: INEC Set To Commence Legal Reforms Ahead Of 2023 Polls —mahmood by EngrKem: 8:24pm On Jun 14
Is this guy not behind barss yet?
Re: INEC Set To Commence Legal Reforms Ahead Of 2023 Polls —mahmood by rikithor(m): 8:36pm On Jun 14
to hell with your kangaroo reforms! criminal accomplice,thief,ole,barawo into,amauke,otege you shall answer for your fraud same way Iwu Maurice had
Re: INEC Set To Commence Legal Reforms Ahead Of 2023 Polls —mahmood by Racoon(m): 8:46pm On Jun 14
“I am declining assent to the Bill principally because I am concerned that passing a new electoral bill this far into the electoral process for the 2019 general election which commenced under the 2015 Electoral Act, could create some uncertainty about the applicable legislation to govern the process.
https://www.thecable.ng/exclusive-why-buhari-rejected-electoral-amendment-bill/amp

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