Dubai company completes printing ballot papers

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Printing of Ballot Papers for the August 11th General elections has been completed by AL Ghurair Printing and Publishing Company in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, reports Jeff Banda of ZNBC.

 

Printing Company General Manger Lakshmanan Ganapathy has told the Zambian delegation witnessing the printing of Ballot papers in Dubai that packaging for the Presidential, National Assembly, Referendum and Mayoral has been completed and only local government.

 

Mr. Ganapathy says his company will complete all the packaging by Saturday in readiness to take the ballot papers to the airport.

 

And the Electoral Commission of Zambia -ECZ- says it is happy with the way the printer has worked and the manner in which all the party representatives have worked in Dubai.

 

ECZ Commissioner David Matongo thanked the representatives for their cooperation.

 

Mr. Matongo also said there is need for political leaders to be magnanimous when they win an election and also accept defeat.

 

He said ECZ on its part is doing everything possible to ensure that the playing field is even.

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4 Responses to Dubai company completes printing ballot papers

  1. What is ECZ doing to mantain a level olaying we wonder?

    Amon
    July 20, 2016 at 8:00 pm
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    July 20, 2016 at 8:15 pm
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  3. Dubai U hav helpd to partially rig de election.executin more poverty on de poorest of the poor zambian.but the 1 to b held fully acountable for dis wickednes wil b lungu n his minions 4 furthrin de more sufrin on d majority rural poor jst to enrich yoselvz.i call on o zambianz to wake up.only us citizenz can brin diz boys playin wth our livez to book.rise up mother zambia.rise.

    anastasia
    July 21, 2016 at 7:26 am
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  4. Meanwhile, the nine political parties monitoring the printing of the ballot papers here in Dubai have described the process as incident free.

    Jonah Jesko
    August 17, 2016 at 11:51 am
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