Presidential Election Results Surveillance in the Democratic Republic of Congo | #DRC2011

The ISBPD Reveals its Monitoring System and Parallel Tabulation of the Presidential Election Results in the Democratic Republic of Congo

The International Studies Bureau for Peace and Development (ISBPD) unveiled today the monitoring and parallel tabulation system of election results that it intends to use for the presidential election in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) scheduled for November 28, 2011. This system allows for the publication of the election results in interactive, neutral and transparent ways, while allowing users to analyse the published results.

“For the first time, this user-friendly system will be used for elections results in the DRC. In addition, as several presidential and parliamentary elections are planned in Africa over the 2011-2012 period, the experience from DRC will benefit many other countries in the use of this interactive tool, “said the ISBPD Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Alidor K. Dumbi.

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