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SCER, USAID discuss supporting SCER’s tasks
[09/January/2013]

SANA’A, Jan.09 (Saba)- Head of the Supreme Commission for Elections and Referendum (SCER) Judge Mohammed al-Hakimi met Wednesday Director of the Office of USAID ,Bob Wilson.

In the meeting, which is attended by Director of the International Foundation for Election Systems (IFES) Grant Kibn and an expert on the voter register, the two sides discussed the aspects of the exiting relations between the commission and the USAID in the area of supporting and enhancing the functions of the Commission.

Judge al-Hakimi reviewed a number of the ongoing arrangements within the framework of preparation for the voter register, including organizing a workshop on the voter register.

In this regard, al-Hakimi praised the efforts made by the USAID and IFES in supporting the Commission efforts aiming at preparing a new voter register, hoping further support.

For his part, Wilson confirmed the readiness of the USAID to help the Commission in implementing its great tasks during the next stage with regard to the preparation of the new voter sectors.

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