Elected as head of the commission for the orientation and supervision of the permanent computerized voters list, the Honourable Jérémie Adomahou reassured Beninese people about the transparency and impartiality that will characterize the operation to update the voters list.

After taking the oath, the new team of the commission for the orientation and supervision of the permanent computerized voters list is activated to carry out its mission within the legal deadline. For the chairman of the commission, the Honourable Jérémie Adomahou, received by “Océan fm” radio station on Tuesday, September 17th, 2019, there is no fear of the fairness in the mission they have been given. “Since our installation and the election of the board, we immediately got down to work. We are working on the chronogram of activities concomitantly with the preparation of the budget,” he said.

Se prononçant sur les inquiétudes légitimes des béninois sur la fiabilité, la transparence et l’impartialité du travail qui sera fait par la commission au regard des membres qui la compose, le président Jérémie Admahou rassure. “Nous travaillons pour la République. Que les gens soient rassurés, nous allons travailler en toute impartialité.” confie-t-il. Pour lui, ce qui urge, ce sont les défis à relever. “Le premier défi c’est de réussir à finir dans le délai et de transmettre la liste d’ici le 31 décembre 2019 à la Céna et produire nos rapports en janvier. Le deuxième défi est d’associer toutes les couches socio-économiques, politiques, les crieurs publics, les chefs villages, les conseils d’arrondissement, les maires et tous les acteurs politiques pour la réussite de la mission.” indique-t-il avant d’inviter pour donner plus de gage de transparence la société civile à les accompagner dans la mise en œuvre de l’opération ,du début jusqu’à la fin.

 

Speaking on the legitimate concerns of Beninese on the reliability, transparency and impartiality of the work that will be done by the commission with regard to its members, President Jeremie Admahou reassures. “We work for the Republic. Let people be reassured that we will work in complete impartiality,” he says. For him, what is urgently needed are the challenges to be met. “The first challenge is to be able to finish on time and send the list by December 31st, 2019 to the Naec and produce our reports in January. The second challenge is to involve all socio-economic and political strata, town criers, village chiefs, borough councils, mayors and all political actors for the success of the mission,” he said before inviting civil society to support them in the implementation of the operation from start to finish in order to ensure greater transparency.

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