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The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Thursday presented its 2022-2026 strategic plan and 2023 electoral project plan.

The commission said the objectives of the document are geared towards providing electoral officials with the needed support to deliver free and fair elections.

It will also help INEC register political parties and monitor their operations while strengthening the commission’s ability to deliver on its mandate.

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INEC said the new document is guided by findings from the review of the 2017-2021 strategic plan whose lifespan expired in December 2021.

The successes and challenges witnessed in the implementation of the last plan form a strong basis for the new strategic plan.

Attending the event are civil society organisations, members of the interagency committee on elections security, as well as resident and national electoral commissioners


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