DIP: Parties can apply for authorisation to monitor work of DIP and Apis IT company

The State Electoral Commission (DIP) said in a statement on Friday that small political parties and coalitions can apply for authorisation to monitor the work of the DIP, including the Apis IT company.

The statement followed a request by several small political parties and coalitions for permission to exercise "civilian control" of the Apis IT company which provides IT support for the conduct of elections.

Authorised observers may also attend a dress rehearsal for the election process that will take place on Friday September 9 from 2pm to 5pm, the DIP said. It noted that Apis IT is not responsible for the vote count itself.

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