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Election committee trains budget officers

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Som Sorida NEC Deputy Secretary-General. NEC

Election committee trains budget officers

The National Election Committee (NEC) has trained its officers to ensure increased performance when budgeting and guarantee accuracy, balance, transparency and accountability.

The “Procedure on Checking, Tracking, and Assessing in Practice Budget Programmes” workshop held on Tuesday “was intended to increase the accountability of officers when following the NEC’s budget programmes in order to adhere to the government’s public finance reforms, said NEC deputy secretary-general, Som Sorida.

The NEC spent more than $53 million in the 2018 national elections and $19.3 million on the 2013 national polls.

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