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Pluralism: members of the Foundation for the transparency of the elections in Afghanistan received at the CSA

Publication date: Monday, May 15, 2017

  • G. with Dr.: David Holland (direction of the international co-operation, ministry for the Interior), Dorothée Fournier (DAEI, CSA), Sughra Saadat (spokesperson, TEFA, Afghanistan), Mohammed Naeem Ayubzada (directing, TEFA, Afghanistan), Dominique Louveau (DPDL, DP, CSA), Rémi Dejust (in charge of Gouvernance co-operation, direction of the international co-operation, ministry for the Interior)/© Photo CSA/Nilton Almeida


Mr. Mohammed Naeem Ayubzada, director of the Foundation for the transparency of the elections in Afghanistan (TEFA) and Mrs Sughra Saadat, spokesperson carried out, on May 4th, a visit of study at the CSA on the missions of the Council as regards electoral pluralism and the treatment of the presidential campaign in progress.

The TEFA, independent organism of electoral control created in 2014, day before at the sides of Independent electoral commission (IEC) and Independent electoral commission of examination of Complaints (IECC) to the transparency of the electoral process and its realization within a democratic framework in Afghanistan.

The TEFA also works with the qualified institutions for the installation of the principal electoral reforms before the next parliamentary elections. 

The delegation saw itself presenting the media device of treatment of the presidential elections in France before and during the official countryside, as well as the method of follow-up and programme testing, the mechanism of sasines and the power of sanction of the Council in election time.