Parties and candidates to sign Electoral Code of Conduct

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IEC hosts the signing ceremony of the Electoral Code of Conduct by political parties and independent candidates contesting the 2024 Elections.

The Electoral Commission of South Africa hosts the signing ceremony of the Electoral Code of Conduct by political parties and independent candidates contesting the 2024 National and Provincial Elections atThe Electoral Commission of South Africa will host a signing ceremony on Thursday for the Electoral Code of Conduct, with participation expected from political parties and independent candidates vying in the 2024 National and Provincial Elections.

Last month, the Commission provided access to the lists of independent and political party candidates for inspection at its national office, all nine provincial offices, and local municipal offices.

 

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