Expatriates: Ivorians in Ireland will elect their new president in September

Expatriates: Ivorians in Ireland will elect their new president in September

The Ivory Diaspora of Ireland (DII) is calling for elections on September 26 to elect a president, according to a press release issued by the Election Commission formed by the association.

The Election Commission, headed by Kandja Khadi, decided to hold the ballot effect, as Kovid 19 was facing control measures taken by the Irish authorities as part of its fight against the Pandemic. So voters can vote from their homes.

“The Election Commission has taken all necessary steps to ensure free and democratic elections in accordance with the wishes of the Ivory Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the African Union and the diaspora,” the statement said. Honorary Consul in C ഡിte d’Ivoire, Hon. The election was overseen by Deit ú Murcho and officials at the C ഡിte d’Ivoire embassy in that country.

In a recent speech by outgoing President Gba Youssef Bamba, he thanked all the natives for the work they have done together, points out their satisfaction in creating an Ivorian Chamber of Commerce among others and Consul d. ‘She.

Sercom



See also  Toshiba Tech admits to cyber-attack;
Written By
More from Scout Mitchell
Facebook, Twitter flag Trump posts in mail-in voting, goes to polls: NPR
President Trump visited Wilmington in the NC on Wednesday and asked supporters...
Read More
Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *