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Date / Period: Sunday, 15 March 2020
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CICDE Has Begun Expanding Its Team of Electoral Trainers
Date: 23.08.2019   

During 08-24 August, the Centre for Continuous Electoral Training (CCET) by the Central Electoral Commission (CEC) is holding a training for electoral trainers. The participants attending the training will be involved as trainers in the general local elections and the new parliamentary elections on 20 October 2019.

The participants are familiarized with the electoral process, with the electoral cycle as a whole, with the activity of the Central Election Commission and the Centre for Continuous Electoral Training. The future trainers will learn about communication and presentation methods that they must acquire in order to train the current and future electoral officials in the electoral bodies set up by CEC.

Dr. Dorin Cimil, the Chair of CEC: ‘The electoral field is very specific, and the Moldovan law does not provide for permanent electoral bodies. Since people involved in elections come from different areas, and CEC becomes the largest public sector employer during the election period (hiring over 20 000 people), to organize trainings for election officials is a real challenge.
The good organization and conduct of the electoral process and the level of people' confidence in the election results depend, to a large extent, on the performance of everyone involved in this process. I would like to highlight the important role that you will play, as trainers of the future electoral officials and to express my confidence that you will carry out the training correctly and responsibly.’
 

Pavel Cabacenco, Director of CCET, reiterated that: ‘The main methodological topics that will be addressed during the seminar are the training programs for the district electoral councils of level II and level I, as well as for the electoral offices of the polling stations. The participants will be acquainted with the existing programs, their structure and assessment methods’.

The training was facilitated by Dr. Doina Bordeianu and Cristina Cucurudza, CCET electoral experts.





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