International experts will not change anything-Electoral boss

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By Josephine Lukoya

In a statement released Tuesday, December 27, the office of the Independent National Electoral Commission (CENI) confirmed the resumption of compilation of laws in all centers local compilation results (CLCR) of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

This document also specifies the continued publication of partial results of the compilation centers that are not subject to challenge based.

Speaking on Radio Okapi, the chairman of CENI, Pastor Daniel Ngoy Mulunda, said the recovery was not necessarily dependent on the presence of these experts, even if the measure was taken to suspend those operations in order to wait their arrival.

“I want to clarify that the plaintiff was not Ceni. This is the offer we were offered by the international community and we had accepted in good faith, “said Daniel Ngoyi Mulunda.

The President of the Ceni added that the arrival of the experts’ takes time. And I don’t see it changing any thing”

“There were already working CLCR. After bringing some corrections, we thought it was time that we can resume. The delegations of experts can come at the end of this weekend, “said Pastor Daniel Ngoy Mulunda.

He added that the presence of experts is needed to remove the ambiguity on the transparency of the work

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