All electoral processes have been followed: MOG
November 11, 2018 6:27 pm
The Multinational Observer Group has been in the country from September and from their observations says all electoral processes have been followed.
Co-chair for the MOG, Jane Prentice says they’re ready for the upcoming election.
” To date MOG has observed all of the key electoral processes and we have encountered no evidence of any wrong doing. Pre-polling went ahead with only minor glitches and preparations for Election Day served to be on track.”
Prentice says the group will ensure that they lead a free and fair election.
” We are confident that the MOG if fully prepared to perform our role on Election Day. We are an adverse team with observers from around the region as well as further abroad and range from different professional backgrounds including technical experts and parliamentarians.”
MOG Co-chair from India, Mukesh Chandra Sahu says so far all parties have been abiding by the electoral act.
_" The campaign period has been calm and peaceful. We encourage all parties to continue to conduct themselves in this way during and after the announcement of the result."-
Jane Prentice from Australia, Mukesh Chandra Sahu from India and Wajid Fauzi from Indonesia have been appointed as co-chairs for the multinational observer group.