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European Center for Electoral Support (ECES)
International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES)
Supporting Electoins for Ethiopia's Democracy Strengthening (SEEDS)
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September 20 2013 GC Election
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Air Time Allocation
News & Events
The National Election Board of Ethiopia (NEBE) and the Ethiopian Media Authority have allocated additional airtime to political parties.
NEBE has accredited the International Republic Institute (IRI)/ National Democratic Institute (NDI) to observe the elections.
Updates on the Fund Distribution for the Political Parties
Responses from the National Election Board of Ethiopia to complaints received regarding candidate registration
Note on complaint verification of voter registration in the Somali Regional State
Voter registration has been completed in constituencies where it was delayed
For local Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) requesting a new observation permit for the 2021 general election
Information from the National Election Board of Ethiopia
The National Electoral Board of Ethiopia (NEBE) has completed the process of acknowledging civil society organizations to observe the 6th general election.
Voter registration period for students of higher education institutions extended
The National Electoral Board of Ethiopia (NEBE) will give a press release about the completion of the voter registration and related activities on May 20, 2021
The Process of Displaying Voters’ Register for the Public
The National Election Board of Ethiopia (NEBE) held a discussion with political parties on the process and implementation of voter registration
Voter registration ends today.
The National Electoral Board of Ethiopia showcases the printing process and the security system of the ballot paper to political party leaders