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Commonwealth Parliamentary Association team to observe Turks and Caicos elections
Published on October 5, 2012 Email To Friend    Print Version

PROVIDENCIALES, Turks and Caicos Islands -- The Commonwealth Parliamentary Association British Islands and Mediterranean Region (CPA BIMR) will facilitate a team of observers to take part in an election observer mission in the Turks and Caicos Islands it was announced Governor Ric Todd on Thursday.

The election observer mission will be in the Turks and Caicos Islands from 6-12 Nov 2012 and present its report to the governor before departure.

During a busy programme on polling day, Friday, 9 November, the team will cover seventeen polling stations on Grand Turk, Providenciales, South Caicos, Salt Cay, North and Middle Caicos.

The team has now been selected, in coordination with the Association of Caribbean Electoral Organisations (ACEO), and will include members from the UK parliament and the parliament of Gibraltar, together with observers from BVI, The Bahamas, Guyana, Jamaica and St Lucia.

“Applying the highest international standards has been crucial to the reforms and changes that have been brought about over the last three years,” said Todd. “It is a logical extension of this process to make sure that we show the world that we can meet and exceed the highest standard of conduct through this election monitoring team’s judgement, conclusions and report.”
 
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