60 people of civil society invite EC. - Pules of technology


Monday, 24 July 2017

60 people of civil society invite EC.

 60 people of civil society invite EC

The Election Commission (EC) is going to begin a series of dialogue with the political parties, civil society, media persons, observers, women leaders and election experts on issues related to the amendment of the law and the rules in front of the next parliamentary election, the reconciliation of parliamentary constituencies, including the reconciliation law.

As part of this, the EC will sit with the representatives of civil society on Aug 31.

Today, the commission has invited 60 people from civil society. In order to facilitate the dialogue, the election manual has been sent to the election manual (compilation of rules and regulations), public Representation order, various rules of election.

Among the civil society's 60 people who have been invited, the former caretaker government adviser said. Akbar Ali Khan, Sultana Kamal, Rasheda K Chowdhury, Constitution expert Dr. Sultana Kamal, founder president of the World Sahitya Kendra, Professor Abdullah Abu Sayeed, civil secretary for good governance Dr. Badiul Alam Majumder, prominent columnist Syed Abul Maksud said.

The Election Commission's outgoing secretary Mohammad Abdullah told reporters at his office on Sunday that the dialogue will start with a meeting with civil society members of the stakeholders in the elections. Meanwhile, we have invited 60 representatives of civil society (DO). But if the Commission decides, the number of invited people can increase.

The Election Commission (EC) has released the plan for the elections for the eleventh Jatiya Sangsad on July 16, she said. It has seven action plans (roadmap). One of the important ones is dialogue. We have started the implementation of the Action Plan. The purpose of this dialogue is to understand how the Eleventh National Parliament election can be free, fair and fair.

The EC Secretary on the issue of the agenda of the dialogue, the seven issues that are discussed in the Action Plan include their views on the remaining six issues without dialogue. Responding to the question whether the commission will take the opinion of the dialogue, he said that the suggestions that will be made in the dialogue will be made in the form of the report. The suggestions or suggestions that will be accepted from the report will be taken into account.

Asked whether EVM will be used in the forthcoming Rangpur City election, he said no voting will be held in EVM Rangpur City used in various cities. Check out the feasibility of using a new method of digital voting machines. Hopefully, I'll use it in one or more wards.

He said that there will be no internet connection. But there will be other materials, such as control units. In this method, fingerprints will be printed on the voter's list with photographs will be loaded into the projector. After approval of everyone including the booty agent, his vote will be taken.

He said about the future of national elections in the era of globalization, everyone is moving forward. Bangladesh is also moving forward. With this, the election system will be digitized in Talmela. Going to the center will have to stand out from the traditional method of standing up for a long time. Our citizens are scattered in 176 countries around the world. If you can digitize the election system in future, foreigners will be able to vote there. However, it is time-consuming after 5-10 years.

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