The CPP released a statement Tuesday laying out a vague set of commitments to begin reforming the country’s electoral system, which has been blamed by election monitors for the lack of faith among voters regarding the validity of July’s national election results. In its “Declaration on Upcoming Electoral Reforms,” the ruling party said it would propose amendments of laws and procedures, propose to create more legal frameworks around elections by drafting new laws, and “maintain its open position and study recommendations nationally and internationally pertaining to elections.” The National Election Committee, whose composition is at the center of
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