CNE prioritizes training and auditing of citizens’ computer files

Luanda – Training, civic education and auditing of the Senior Citizens’ Computer File (FICIM), to be delivered by the Ministry of Territory Administration, will be the priorities of the National Electoral Commission, in the framework of the 2017 general elections.

The information was provided Wednesday in Luanda by the CNE spokeswoman, JA�lia Ferreira, at the end of a meeting with representatives of political parties and coalitions legally constituted, with the presentation of the actions of the National Electoral Commission for the elections.

The meeting was headed by the CNE chairperson, Andre da Silva Neto.

Speaking to the press, the spokeswoman also pointed out as priority actions, the production of the electoral rolls, which will be made under a public tender and under the Public Procurement Law.

She said that the mapping of polling stations is foreseen in the general plan of activities, based on preliminary work carried out with the support of local authorities and taking into account the 2012 elections, as well as other benchmarks proposed by the Ministry of Territory, as a registration entity.

CNE national commissioners and representatives of MPLA, UNITA, CASA-CE, PRS, FNLA, PADDA-AP, PALMA, PNSA, PDP-ANA, APN and PPA participated in the meeting.

Source: Angola Press News Agency