ECC Press Release: End of Appeal Registration Period and Beginning of Adjudication Process

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Tue, Jan 21 2020 2:58 PM
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21 January 2020

The Electoral Complaints Commission (ECC) organized the press conference today to inform media and electoral stakeholders about beginning of adjudication process. During the press conference the ECC leadership shared the total number of appeals registered during the appeal registration period. Find the details;

Press Release

End of Appeal Registration and Beginning of Adjudication Process

Kabul- January 21, 2020

According to article 91(4) of Electoral Law, If the complainant or objector have objection over PECC’s decision, they can register their appeal at ECC within three working days after the notification of the decision. The deadline ended yesterday; more than 6200 appeals registered during this period.

S.N

Province

Number of Appeals Registered

  1.  

Kabul

505

  1.  

Kapisa

42

  1.  

Parwan

 

  1.  

Wardak

 

  1.  

Logar

132

  1.  

Nangarhar

818

  1.  

Laghman

177

  1.  

Panjshir

3

  1.  

Baghlan

80

  1.  

Bamyan

6

  1.  

Ghazni

86

  1.  

Paktika

485

  1.  

Paktai

853

  1.  

Khost

772

  1.  

Kunar

225

  1.  

Nuristan

2

  1.  

Badakhshan

3

  1.  

Takhar

 

  1.  

Kunduz

14

  1.  

Samangan

2

  1.  

Balkh

6

  1.  

Sarepul

3

  1.  

Ghor

142

  1.  

Daikundi

20

  1.  

Uruzgan

2

  1.  

Zabul

28

  1.  

Kandahar

1573

  1.  

Jowzjan

 

  1.  

Faryab

4

  1.  

Helmand

215

  1.  

Badghis

 

  1.  

Herat

16

  1.  

Farah

18

  1.  

Nimroz

60

  1.  

Total

6292

After the registration of the appeal cases, the adjudication process will start at the ECC central office. As per the Procedure on Adjudication of Complaints, the rest of the process includes Classification, Review, Investigation, Scrutiny, Decision, Announcement and Implementation of the Decision that will be conducted by the ECC technical team.

According to the article 91(5) of Electoral Law, ECC is obliged to re-review the objected cases based on documents and evidences and make the final decision. In addition, as per article 91(6), ECC shall adjudicate the appeals within 15 working days.

Furthermore, ECC has not made any decision regarding the PECCs decisions.

ECC would like to reiterate to the citizens that the commission is committed to perform its duties and responsibilities as per the Electoral Law and regulations by maintaining impartiality, and independence.

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