Paperback. 130 pages. OCLC Number: 35240363 Excerpt: . . . B-271798 The electoral council cooperated more fully with representatives of the United States, international organizations, and other donors after the June elections. The turning point was President Aristides appointment of a new electoral council president on July 27. According to U. S. embassy and USAID officials, officials of U. S. nongovernmental organizations, and observers reports, the new council president made concerted efforts to strengthen the electoral process and improve relations with the donor community. The chief of the U. N. technical assistance team also noted an improved relationship with the electoral council and greater willingness to consider the teams advice. Enhancing the electoral councils transparency was the press center established by the National Democratic Institute for 6 NDI ) before the September 17 run-off election. The International Affairs ( electoral council held regular press briefings at the center, particularly during election periods; presented its electoral budget during a press conference; and televised the lottery held for candidate name placement on the presidential ballot. The new council president also held meetings to coordinate the various civic education activities that the United States and other donors planned for the presidential election. Nevertheless, despite the overall technical improvements noted after the Administrative Difficulties June elections, our observations and the reports of international observers Persisted and U. S. officials noted several persisting weaknesses in electoral administration. On December 17, many polling stations did not receive observed 49 OAS electoral registration lists or received inaccurate ones. polling stations where voters with a valid card were prevented from voting when their names did not appear on the list and reported that unlisted voters were observed at 599 polling stations, mostly in the department IRI covering Port-au-Prince. o. . . This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory #
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