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High Commissioner Claude Morel heads the East African Standby Force – Electoral Observation Mission (EASF-EOM) in Nairobi

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  The work of the East African Standby Force Election Observation Mission EASF EOM for the general elections began today in the Republic of Kenya Mr Claude Morel High Commissioner for Seychelles based in Pretoria is the EOM s Chief of Mission High Commissioner Morel and his delegation are scheduled to observe polling stations and hold several meetings with relevant stakeholders to ensure that all electoral activities are in accordance with current protocols The EOM EASF continues to be guided by the 2012 AU African Charter on Democracy Elections and Governance international instruments on election observation and the national legal framework governing elections in Kenya Following the mission s observation a preliminary report on the evaluation and conduct of the elections will be issued on Wednesday August 10 2022 Kenyans are expected to vote for a new president and vice president county governors and running mates members of the Senate Representatives of the National Assembly and Members of County Assemblies EOM delegates include Seychelles Mr Jules Hoareau and Ms Octavia Rose
High Commissioner Claude Morel heads the East African Standby Force – Electoral Observation Mission (EASF-EOM) in Nairobi

1 The work of the East African Standby Force – Election Observation Mission (EASF-EOM) for the general elections began today, in the Republic of Kenya.

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2 Mr. Claude Morel, High Commissioner for Seychelles based in Pretoria is the EOM‘s Chief of Mission.

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3 High Commissioner Morel and his delegation are scheduled to observe polling stations and hold several meetings with relevant stakeholders to ensure that all electoral activities are in accordance with current protocols.

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4 The EOM-EASF continues to be guided by the 2012 AU African Charter on Democracy, Elections and Governance, international instruments on election observation, and the national legal framework governing elections in Kenya.

5 Following the mission’s observation, a preliminary report on the evaluation and conduct of the elections will be issued on Wednesday, August 10, 2022.

6 Kenyans are expected to vote for a new president and vice president, county governors and running mates, members of the Senate, Representatives of the National Assembly and Members of County Assemblies.

7 EOM delegates include Seychelles, Mr. Jules Hoareau and Ms. Octavia Rose.

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