A 21-member vote counting commission for the March 25 senatorial elections in Cameroon, has been installed by the president of the constitutional council, Clement Atangana.
In compliance with article 68 of the electoral code, the 21 members of the National commission for the final counting of votes, comprised of 2 magistrates appointed by the chief justice of the supreme court, 5 representatives of the administration appointed by the minister of territorial administration, 5 members of Elecam appointed by the director general of elections and 9 representatives of the political parties that competed during the senatorial elections
Installing the Emile Essombe led commission, Clement Atangana cautioned the members, to show honesty and discipline in the discharge of their duties.
The commission has 3 days to submit the results to the constitutional council for examination and final publication.
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