IEC spokeswoman calls for violence-free election campaign


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Abengourou, Sept 27,
(AIP) – The spokesperson for the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) in
charge of overseeing voting in the region of Indénié-Djuablin, Me Victoire
Alley, has called for violence-free election campaign.

“I hope that the
election campaign that will open on Friday unfolds without violence so that the
vote will be held without violence on 13 October.

You must avoid tearing

Abengourou, Sept 27,
(AIP) – The spokesperson for the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) in
charge of overseeing voting in the region of Indénié-Djuablin, Me Victoire
Alley, has called for violence-free election campaign.

“I hope that the
election campaign that will open on Friday unfolds without violence so that the
vote will be held without violence on 13 October.

You must avoid tearing
the posters of the opponent. It’s not democratic and it’s not the right thing
to do.”

The region of
Indénié-Djuablin had never been involved in election violence and she asked
that “this good reputation is not betrayed by acts of violence”.

“Candidates
should focus on their agenda to make sure that they get the most out of the
electorate,” she added.

The prefect of the
region, Indénié-Djuablin and the department of Abengourou, Fadi Ouattara, said
it was important for all to work together to protect the peace.

“I hope that the
campaign will take place in a fraternal and peaceful atmosphere.

Being all brothers,
after the elections you have to get together to ensure the development of your
cities and your region” he added.

AIP/GNA


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