The Independent Election Commission, respecting the provisions of the elections law, is committed to bringing reforms in all different electoral processes. This Commission while taking into consideration the role and importance of the political parties in a democratic system, especially in the electoral process, has continuously endeavored to seek views, opinions and recommendations of the relevant stakeholders in this national process, especially of the political parties.
IEC technical team has shared their findings with IEC management in a meeting from (373) registered complaints on Sunday 25th February 2018. The reports of technical team indicated that some of the complaints are practical and some are not which IEC will proceed for necessary arrangements after approval.
Mr. Mahzullah Daulaty visited the IEC recruitment committee and willing for information on the process and challenges of the committee. Committee members explained that 23 posts have been short listed and uploaded in IEC website, the committee persuaded the transparency of the recruitment process and will share their concerns and difficulties with IEC management. As well as added that the committee is consist of IARCSC representatives, Electoral Observers representatives, civil society, gender, HR and related department of IEC. The committee said that we will perform based on the law and related regulation and procedure.
KABUL, 4 October 2017 – The Independent Election Commission of Afghanistan is pleased to announce the signing, with the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) and the Electoral Complaints Commission, of the Project Document to support Afghanistan elections. The Project Document was signed today in Kabul at the first meeting of the Project Board, providing the legal and financial framework allowing the UN and donors to support and strengthen Afghanistan’s electoral institutions and operations.