EEOP’s Key Recommendations for National Post Election Conference

National Post Election ConferenceFrom February 29 to March 1, Union Election Commission (UEC) held a nationwide post election conference in Park Royal Hotel, Yangon. The conference aimed to collect the recommendations of election observers, stakeholders’ experiences, lesson learn and suggestions, and put them into the next term strategic plan of UEC. Many of the stakeholders, UEC, Political Parties, Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), Media and the International Communities, had participated to the conference. By the agenda, there were four sections of multi-stakeholder meeting and twenty sections of five groups of participants in two days. Almost all of the domestic and international election observation groups had attended and submitted their key recommendations sharing their interesting experiences. The Carter Center and Asian Network For Free Elections (ANFREL) were participated as the panel speakers of international election observer groups.

By the official invitation from UEC, Election Education and Observation Partners (EEOP) and its member organization New Myanmar Foundation (NMF) had attended and submitted the Key Recommendations to the conference. EEOP distributed the recommendations to the participants and actively discussed about the given sections. The following is the submitted recommendations by EEOP (Currently available in Myanmar language only);

EEOP’s Key Recommendations for National Post Election Conference (February 29, 2016) [Myanmar Language Version]

EEOP is pleasure to have a chance to submit the important recommendations to the conference for future elections.

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