Thursday, 13 September 2018

Presidential: 12 African Union Observers In Cameroon

A team of twelve observers from the African Union are in Cameroon since September 5, 2018 to ensure the smooth running of the Presidential election scheduled for 7th October 2018.


The chairman of the Commission of the African Union Moussa Faki Mahamat confirms the purpose of the presence of A.U observers in the country which he says is «to assess the overall electoral process and ensure its compliance with the long term election observation methodology of the Pan African organization”.
Presidential: 12 African Union Observers In Cameroon
This action was taken by the organization in a bid to promote democracy, and build public confidence in the electoral process as they stress on “the imperative to respect the will of the people and the results of the elections”

This team will stay in Cameroon till October 10th 2018.
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