IEC boss, others leave for Zimbabwe
Monday, June 23, 2008
Alhaji Mustapha L Carayol, the chairman of the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC), last week Wednesday, left Banjul for Harare, Zimbabwe, to observe the presidential run-off election on June 29.
According to a press release sent to the Daily Observer, the IEC chairman will be among "well-versed" people in the realm of elections, who have been invited by the chairperson of the African Union (AU) to observe the presidential run-off election.
The release added that Mr Joseph Colley, the director of Training and Communications and Mr Amadou Taal, a regional electoral officer, have also been invited by ECOWAS to observe the said elections.
"The delegation is expected back in Banjul on 5th July, 2008," the release concluded.
Author: by Assan Sallah