Formation 6 committees in cities, towns of Manbij for June 11 elections

The High Election Commission in Manbij formed 6 electoral committees as part of the ongoing preparations in NE Syria for the municipal elections on June 11.

Formation 6 committees in cities, towns of Manbij for June 11 elections
Formation 6 committees in cities, towns of Manbij for June 11 elections
Formation 6 committees in cities, towns of Manbij for June 11 elections
Formation 6 committees in cities, towns of Manbij for June 11 elections
Formation 6 committees in cities, towns of Manbij for June 11 elections
Formation 6 committees in cities, towns of Manbij for June 11 elections
15 May 2024   04:10
NEWS DESK

NE Syria is witnessing intense work by the High Elections Commission and its committees in cantons, as well as parties, political and societal blocs, feminists, and independents to run in the municipal elections on June 11, after the Commission opened the door for candidacy on May 12 of this year.

The High Electoral Commission in Manbij completed the formation of its electoral committees, numbering 6 committees for the cities and towns of the city, according to the member of the city committee, Abdul Rahman Al-Hamidi.

According to Article 24, within Chapter Three of the Law of the High Electoral Commission in the North and East Region of Syria, the Electoral Commission committees in the cantons are responsible for forming electoral committees in cities and towns as needed.

According to the same article, “These committees shall be temporary. They shall begin their work in preparation for the electoral processes, and end after announcement of the election results by the High Commission.”

According to paragraph (b) of the same article, one of the tasks of the electoral committees in cities and towns is: “These committees shall carry out their tasks in accordance with the Commission Law, the instructions issued by the High Elections Commission, and shall determine the number of ballot boxes and how to vote, distributing them within its work circle, naming the heads of the electoral centers, examining objections to the conduct of the electoral process in the electoral centers within its work circle, and correcting the violating procedures during the course of the electoral process.

On May 11, the High Election Commission in North and East Syria announced, through a statement, the postponement of the municipal elections in the region to be held on June 11.

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