Enow Abrams Egbe, president of Elections Cameroon (Elecam), believes that the institution he is in charge of has now achieved a certain level of maturity in the organization of elections. Speaking during the third ordinary session of the Electoral Council of Elections Cameroon yesterday October 15, he said: “we can to this day, proportionately speaking, rejoice that the number of successful appeals has considerably dropped.”
Indeed, almost all the appeals filed by the political parties as part of the pre-electoral litigation of the Dec 6 regional elections were unsuccessful. “This is the main result of the good quality of work done upstream, and reflects the maturity that our institution has acquired over the years, further strengthening public interest and confidence in our institution and the electoral process in general,” said Enow Abrams Egbe.
“Each election has its challenges, so our activities will be further intensified on the ground, and sometimes in sensitive areas," promises the Electoral Council's President.