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07 May 2024, 15:29

CEC to analyze application of updated electoral law in Belarus

MINSK, 7 May (BelTA) – The Central Election Commission (CEC) of Belarus will analyze the practice of applying the updated electoral law, Chairman of the Belarusian Central Election Commission (CEC) Igor Karpenko said during a meeting with activists of Brest Oblast on 7 May, BelTA has learned.

“As you know, Belarus is to hold the presidential election no later than 20 July 2025. This event will complete the electoral cycle to form all elected bodies and positions following the national referendum in 2022. This means that today it is important to analyze the practice of applying the updated electoral legislation, the readiness of all subjects of the electoral process for the upcoming election,” Igor Karpenko said. “As part of the implementation of the National Security Concept, we plan to hold an extended meeting of the CEC, a seminar-meeting with deputy chairpersons of district and city executive committees on the subject of ensuring electoral sovereignty and security.”

4 December 2024 will mark the 35th anniversary of the Central Election Commission as Belarus’ permanent electoral body. In July the CEC of Belarus will take over the presidency in the CIS Advisory Board of Electoral Bodies. “These events will be widely covered and used in dialogue platforms, round tables, conferences and seminars devoted to the theory and practice of the electoral process, raising the level of legal and electoral culture of the population and especially young people, methodological support of training of potential election organizers,” the CEC head said. “We can say that the pace set during the preparation for the single voting day will be maintained and further increased with the approaching presidential election campaign in Belarus.
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