Home » Electoral disputes: “I believe that in the future this jurisprudence must remain, the CENI being that regulatory body must have the disciplinary prerogative” (Prof Carlos Mupili) – Capsud.net

Electoral disputes: “I believe that in the future this jurisprudence must remain, the CENI being that regulatory body must have the disciplinary prerogative” (Prof Carlos Mupili) – Capsud.net

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Electoral disputes: “I believe that in the future this jurisprudence must remain, the CENI being that regulatory body must have the disciplinary prerogative” (Prof Carlos Mupili) – Capsud.net

Professor Carlos Mupili spoke a few hours after the court made public its judgments on the requests submitted by the deputies invalidated by the CENI.

According to the National Coordinator of L’EDUCIEL, the high court correctly stated the law with regard to article 211 of the constitution, in paragraph 3.

I find that the constitutional court stated the law well because you should know that from article 211 paragraph 3, the constitution confers on the CENI the competence to ensure the regularity of the electoral process, it is say that it becomes a regulatory body. By being regulatory, the electoral center has traditional prerogatives, such as the right to discipline“, he said.

Speaking of the high court’s warnings to the Independent National Electoral Commission, this ifasic teacher did not condemn the largest jurisdiction in the greater Congo. He recognized that the CENI had moved a little quickly.

We had already shown people that even if article 75 of the electoral law gives the constitutional court the right to annul ballots which negatively impact the voting results, this right must be done after the announcement of the results of the elections. elections. In the case under review, the CENI did so before the publication of the provisional results. It’s like a proctor who tears out an exam paper and gives a student Zero…”.

Finally, Professor Carlos Mupili pleaded so that the decision of the CENI invalidating the candidate deputies responsible for electoral incivility could remain as jurisprudence.

« I believe that in the future this jurisprudence must remain, the CENI being that regulatory body must have the disciplinary prerogative« .

Note that Professor Carlos Mupili Kabyuma is National Coordinator of L’EDUCIEL (Electoral Observation and Civic Education Commission).

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