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Strong Liberian Delegation Completes 5-day Study Tour of Ghana’s Electoral system

After a successful 2020 general elections, officials from various elections management bodies across the continent are visiting Ghana to understudy the Electoral Commission of Ghana.

The Liberia National Electoral Commission (NEC) is the latest to complete a study tour of Ghana’s electoral system.

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The visit lasted for five days and it is expected to give the Liberian delegation led by the country’s NEC chairperson, Davidetta Browne Lansanah, the opportunity to learn about Ghana’s electoral reforms. Liberia’s elections are scheduled for 2023.

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The Liberian delegation and its Ghanaian counterpart completed among other things a working session on Biometric Technology reports allafrica.com.

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Lansanah stated after the Biometric Technology session that “more technicians from the NEC will be sent to Ghana to acquire practical experience.”

Jean Mensa, according to a Ghana News Agency report took the Liberian delegation through the journey of the establishment of Ghana’s Electoral Commission in 1993 and the reforms that followed since.

Source: Ghanaarticles.com

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