Disclaimer

THE INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE MAY NOT BE CURRENT. PLEASE REFER TO THE CORRESPONDING COMMISSION WEBSITE FOR UPDATED INFOMATION. CLICK ON THE LOGO LINK BELOW.

The Electroral Commission

Composition

The CNE is composed of eleven members, two nominated by the President, Three by the ruling party and three by opposition partyes in the National Assembly, a Justice of the Supreme Court, a representative of the Ministry of Territorial Administration and one elected by the National Council of Social Communication. The President of the CNE is elected uninimously from these members by the National Assembly. Members of the CNE may not be candidates for the Presidency or National Assembly of the Angola (Electoral Law 2004 A156).


Term of Office

Terms of commissioners begin with their investiture by the President and they serve a term of four yers renewable for further term (Electoral Law A162). No provisions are made for their removal from office in case of incompetence or misconduct.

Functions

The CNE has the following functions (Elactoral Law 2004 A155):

  • Organise and direct presidential, parliamentary elections and other electoral activities; ensure that elections are free, fair and transparent.
  • Voter and civic education.
  • Supervise the conduct of voter registration and compile voter registers.
  • Rule on electoral challenges.
  • Ensure equality of opportunity and treatment of candidates.
  • Tabulate and publish the results of the presidential and parliamentary elections.
  • Approve the format of the ballot papers, seals and records and conduct ballot order lottery.
  • Issue regulations, instructions and with regard to the conduct of the election procedures.
  • Determine the location, set up and operations of polling stations.
  • Ensure adequate security conditions for elections.
  • Distribute broadcast times for radio and television for the candidates.
  • Draw up accounts of electoral revenue and expenditure.
  • Accredit observers and determine areas of activity.

Supporting Structures

The CNE is supported in the execution of its functions by Provincial Commissions and Municipal Offices which have nine members each and the Communial Electoral Offices where required (Electoral Law 2004, A157, 158, 160).

Funding

The electoral law makes no provision for the financing of elections, and the mentioned of funding the CNE and its activities is unclear.

 

Conflict Resolution

All decisions of the CNE on challenges to voting irregularities and counting tabulations are heard by the Constitutional Court, but must be filed within 48 hours of notification of the decision of the CNE (Electoral Law A164-168)

Watch is replica watches uk really a very special luxury. Before we say people look at the face, there are people who want to replica watches see shoes; and now, can be said to see the table. Because the rolex replica variety of watch the type, and some sports publicity, and some elegant introverted; different watch from a uk replica watches certain extent also reflects the wearer's different character temperament.