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Toward the law of the Jordanian Independent Electoral Commission

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Toward the law of the Jordanian Independent Electoral Commission

 

Issued a Election Network In The Arab Region and Al-Badeel for Studies and Research , a new book “Toward the law of the Jordanian Independent Electoral Commission”

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Report on media performance Improvement in the support of the ress to the role of civil society in election observation

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Observers Without Borders New World Foundation for Development and Human Rights .
Report on media performance Improvement in the support of the ress to the role of civil society in election observation

Last Updated on Monday, 06 December 2010 12:51 Read more...

Report on the seats of women during the nomination period

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New World Foundation  For Development and Human Rights
Observers Without Borders

Poor representation of women in political parties, nominations for the parliamentary elections in 2010

The coalition monitors Borders Foundation for a new world of development and human rights work of the monitoring stage of opening the door for nomination for the parliamentary elections 2010, the seats reserved for women, which lasted for 5 days from November 3 to November 8, 2010, and The Coalition to monitor the performance of women candidates and the electorate and phenomena and problems of the electoral faced and the factors affecting the application of the experience of the allocation of seats for women in the two Antkhabitn consecutive terms until 2015, which represents a distinct positive in their favor applied by 112 countries so far, and faced women 4 fundamental problems in the provision of applications is the intransigence with independent women candidates in the administrative procedures and lack of familiarity with securities required by the committees of the receipt of applications Bmdreatt security and non-availability of the election card to them and the strict proof of Elsafpothol some candidates for the National Party to the categories of workers, has been monitoring several observations:

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Tammuz Organization for Social Development Election Integrity Monitoring Team Shams Network for onitoring Elections

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Tammuz Organization for Social Development Election Integrity Monitoring Team Shams Network for onitoring Elections

The first Report of Three Election Monitoring Networks in Iraq which Observed the Iraqi Parliamentary Elections:

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Egypt: the problems between the Muslim Brotherhood Group and the ruling National Democratic party

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Preparations for the local council elections due on 8 April 2008 were impregnated with many obstacles, starting from the problems of nomination, proceeding to the arrests and storming of homes of many members of the MB Group, which is the largest opposition group. The difference was clear between 52,000 candidates of the ruling NDP compared with 20 Islamist candidates.

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