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IEBC: No time for open tendering of ballot papers

12 November 2012, 17:00

Nairobi - The electoral body has defended its move to single-source for ballot papers from a British firm instead of following the usual bureaucracy involved in an open tendering process.

According to Daily Nation, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission vice-chairperson Lillian Mahiri-Zaja said that time constraints ahead of the March 4, 2012 justify the decision.

Speaking on the sidelines of a meeting of experts on the East African Community principles for election observation and evaluation, Zaja said there was no time for IEBC to conduct an open tendering process.

- For more visit Daily Nation

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