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CENI: No elections for governors, vice-governors and senators in Yokolama and Masimanimba – Capsud.net

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CENI: No elections for governors, vice-governors and senators in Yokolama and Masimanimba – Capsud.net

In a press release made public this Friday, the CENI announced the postponement of the elections of governors, vice-governors and senators in certain electoral constituencies. These are Yokolama, in the South Ubangi province and Masimanimba in the Kwilu province.

According to the Electoral Center, the non-holding of national and provincial legislative elections in these electoral districts is indeed the basis of this postponement. She specified that the ballots for governors, vice-governors and senators in these two aforementioned provincial entities will only be organized after the resumption of the national provincial legislative elections on a date which will be communicated later.

The CENI also reaffirmed its desire to organize elections for governors, vice-governors and senators in all provinces, however, due to financial constraints, it finds itself unable to do so. As a result, it intends to modify certain operational dates announced in the rearranged electoral calendar.

Below is the entire press release

It should be recalled that it was following cases of ballot stuffing, corruption, electoral fraud and illegal detention of DEVs that the Independent National Electoral Commission decided to invalidate the candidates involved in these crimes and cancel all legislative elections. national and provincial in Yokolama and Masimanimba.

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Emongo Gérôme

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