The Editor The Daily Observer of Friday September 9, 2010 on Page 18 reported me as saying that whatever is recommended by the Electoral Commission is ‘rubber stamped’ by Parliament. […]
The Editor The Daily Gleaner Dear Madam On Wednesday, January 17th at the first regular Press Briefing to be held by the newly appointed Selected Members of the Electoral Advisory […]
There are two conventions that have been practiced since 1984 with respect to the reappointment of Directors of Elections and the advertisement of the post of Director of Elections.
First with the EAC, and latterly with the ECJ, the practice emerged whereby disagreements and disputes between political parties were referred to the Selected Members for resolution. Over time the […]
First, the EAC, followed by the ECJ, established a Convention for the Location of Polling Stations. This came about because the location of polling stations had become a contentious and […]