South Korea donates equipment to improve DRC electoral process
The Democratic Republic of Congo’s independent National Electoral Commission has received computers and other related equipment from the South Korea’s National Electoral Commission aimed to help the DRC electoral commission manage properly the el
The South Korea’s National Electoral Commission handed the equipment to the Democratic Republic of Congo’s Independent National Electoral Commission at a ceremony in its head offices in Kinshasa. “South Korea is world’s number one country in electronic market” South Korea’s electoral commission’s chairperson, Kim Yong Him, said.
Kim Yong Him highlighted his country’s experience in electoral process management. The DRC’s Independent National Electoral Commission will be sending some technicians to South Korea for training. “A group of the electoral commission’s technicians, 15 in total is travelling to Seoul this December for 15 day training. A second and a third group will go for same training during 2018”, DRC electoral commission’s chairperson Corneille Nangaa, said.
Nangaa said the equipment will help to detect any registration related mistake for a correct electoral process.