EISA Chad: Electoral reform

2011


Post election observation review

EISA embarked on regional consultations in order to assist a wide range of electoral stakeholders to draw conclusions over the now ending Chad electoral cycle. The overall goal of these consultations was to unravel the challenges facing Chad in respect of election management and propose appropriate reform measures. These consultations provided a space for the main stakeholders to reflect critically on the legal and institutional framework for elections in Chad as well as identify areas of the electoral system that pose problems and need improvement; and to provide recommendations for electoral and constitutional reforms

2011


Post-election stakeholder conference

A post-election review was organised by EISA on 28-30 June 2011 in N'Djamena, providing the opportunity for CSOs to review the challenges they faced in election observation, share experiences and draw lessons from their assessment of the National Assembly and presidential elections as well as identify best practices for future election observation activities.

The workshop gathered over 60 delegates representing 36 organisations that observed the elections, as well as other stakeholders. The workshop provided the space for various CSOs that observed the elections to interact with each other, with electoral and administrative authorities as well as with political parties and agree on recommendations for improving election observation activities in the country in the future.


Post election consultations

EISA embarked on regional consultations in order to assist a wide range of electoral stakeholders to draw conclusions over the now ending Chad electoral cycle. The overall goal of these consultations was to unravel the challenges facing Chad in respect of election management and propose appropriate reform measures. These consultations provided a space for the main stakeholders to reflect critically on the legal and institutional framework for elections in Chad as well as identify areas of the electoral system that pose problems and required improvement; and to provide recommendations for electoral and constitutional reforms