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NGO denounces fraud in the compilation centers Likasi and Lubumbashi

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nesdesk@greatlakesvoice.com

Katanga, DR Cong-A jeep the independent electoral commission [Ceni] burned on the eve of voting day (November 28, 2011) in the evening taken to a central collection of Lubumbashi was a plan of deliberate fraud and breaching electoral process.

The Centre for human rights and humanitarian law (HRC) denounced the fraud and corruption in the local centers of results compilation (CLCR) of Likasi and Lubumbashi. In a press release arrived at which was sent to Great Lakes Voice, December 16, the NGOs of human rights based in Katanga condemns “the manipulation of the results as desired by means of money.”

The HRC accused the leaders of these two compilation centers to deny access to controls for candidates and observers.

Some candidates contacted by Radio Okapi confirm that their poor access to these witnesses CLCR.

But other witnesses say their operations regularly attend compilation from the beginning.

The statement also cites the case of polling stations where election officials were asked to re do the minutes without the presence of witnesses of political parties and observers. Reason: the minutes were stolen the day after the recount.

The NGO reports finally the case of a candidate surprised spirit to corrupt the head of center compilation of Likasi.

The provincial executive secretary of the electoral commission / Katanga rejects these accusations and ensures that everything goes smoothly.

The Vice-President of the Ceni, Jacques Djol, announced Friday, December 16 the suspension of work of collection results in all the local centers of compilation of results. He said that the decision was made to “try to reframe the agents to translate the expression of electoral sociology as expressed.”

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