[size=36]The Commission reveals the number of UN observers in the upcoming elections[/size]
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Independent High Electoral Commission revealed today, Monday, the number of United Nations observers who will attend the legislative elections scheduled for October 10.
Imad Jamil Mohsen, a member of the media of the Commission, said: "We have formed a higher committee headed by the electoral district judge, to follow up and take care of receiving international observers, especially since there is a large number of United Nations observers exceeding 120."
Mohsen pointed out that "there are European countries and the Arab League that want to participate in monitoring the elections, in addition to the existing Arab and foreign embassies."
Regarding the commission’s procedures for covering the electoral event, Mohsen explained that “the commission has issued and distributed badges to media professionals with the aim of facilitating their tasks, and we seek a wide media presence that enhances citizens’ confidence in the electoral process and increases the number of participants in it.” Ended 29/A87