ECOWAS Technical Data Support Team Head Charlotte Osei Marking speaks after her official introduction in Liberia. ECOWAS Technical Data Support Team Head Charlotte Osei Marking speaks after her official introduction in Liberia.

ECOWAS Technical Data Support Team Head Speaks On 2020 Voter Roll Clean-Up

MONROVIA, LIBERIA - The Head of the ECOWAS Commission Technical Data Support Team to Liberia has vowed to ensure that the process to further clean-up 2020 Voter Roll will be inclusive and transparent of all stakeholders, mainly political parties.

Madam Charlotte Osei, former head of the Electoral Commission of Ghana, said this will ensure that the 2020 Final Registration Roll for the 8 December 2020 elections will be accepted by all Liberians. Madam Osei said if this was done the final results from the 8 December 2020 ballot of the Special Senatorial Election and two representative By-elections will surely be accepted by all. The former Ghanaian Electoral Commission Boss spoke over the weekend during a program to mark her official welcome and introduction ceremony and the official launch of the rebranded website of the NEC organized by the NEC through a press conference.

Madam Osei, former head of the Ghanaian Electoral Commission, in remarks, said significant work has been done already in collaboration with the ECOWAS team, the UNDP technical team and the Data Section of the NEC on the 2020 voter roll.  She said the actual de-duplication process to further cleanup the roll by the NEC Data Center, ECOWAS and UNDP Technical Support teams of the Voter Roll leading to development of the 2020 Final Registration Roll or FRR will shortly start with the inclusiveness of technicians representing political parties.

In a related development, the Political Affairs and Gender Sections of the National Elections Commission(NEC) over the weekend concluded a two-day separate workshops focusing on Political Parties and Independent Candidates Training of Trainers, TOT and the training of Tactile Ballots for 34 participants from the Disabled Community in Nimba county respectively. Commissioners Boakai A. Dukuly and Floyd Oxley Sayor attended the workshop representing the Board of Commissioners of NEC. The United Nations Development Program, UNDP sponsored the two workshops.

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