Ethiopia may be able to hold general elections between 10 to 13 months’ time if the current state of emergency is lifted and the government allows gathering of 200 to 300 people,
National Electoral Board of Ethiopia (NEBE) cancels licenses of 27 political parties, which failed to complete re-registration process in the time frame set by the Board.
Contrary to recent decision of Electoral Board of Ethiopia to suspend this year’s planned general election in the country because of COVID-19, Tigray Peoples Liberation Front (TPLF) today decided to start preparation for holding general election in Tigray separately.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the National Electoral of Board of Ethiopia (NEBE) today announced that it is forced to postpone the upcoming general election, which was scheduled to take place at the end of August 2020.
The National Electoral Board of Ethiopia (NEB) said some 50 million Ethiopians are expected to cast their votes during the upcoming general election set to take place in May this year.
The National Electoral Board of Ethiopia (NEBE), says it is preparing to undertake Sidama referendum and general elections of Ethiopia on schedule – within the coming nine months.