NEC asks candidates to observe sanity during election campaign

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On 12 July 2017 at 10:26

The National Electoral Commission (NEC) has asked Presidential candidates and their supporters to be vigilant against to what may cause disorder during the presidential campaigning period.
On July 7, election authorities released the final list of presidential candidates, including Paul Kagame who is representing FPR Inkotanyi, Frank Habineza from Green Party as well as Philippe Mpayimana.
NEC has asked candidates to follow the rules and regulations during the campaigning period, warning (...)

The National Electoral Commission (NEC) has asked Presidential candidates and their supporters to be vigilant against to what may cause disorder during the presidential campaigning period.

On July 7, election authorities released the final list of presidential candidates, including Paul Kagame who is representing FPR Inkotanyi, Frank Habineza from Green Party as well as Philippe Mpayimana.

NEC has asked candidates to follow the rules and regulations during the campaigning period, warning that those who violate the rules will be dealt with accordingly, for the first and second time they will warned, for the third time they will be disqualified.

Charles Munyaneza, the NEC executive secretary said “Candidates must inform the district or municipality authorities 24 hours prior to holding campaigns.”

“The residents who will be supporting their respective candidates should conduct themselves in a proper accepted manner; while candidates have been asked not to affront the other since it is normal to have different views in democracy.”


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