"I Watch" to launch as of Saturday operation to observe electoral campaign funding | Tunisia News Gazette

“I Watch” to launch as of Saturday operation to observe electoral campaign funding

The I watch organisation will launch as of Saturday an operation to observe the funding of the electoral campaign for the next municipal elections (May 6) in 12 central municipalities.

Director of this project Yosra Mkaddem said on Friday at a press conference in Tunis, that the concerned municipalities are in Tunis, Ariana, Nabeul, Soussa, Bizete, Sfax, Kairouan, Tataouine, Gafsa, El Kef, Monastir, and Medenine.

The operation will kick off as of April 14, on the date of beginning of the electoral campaign, and will end on May 5.

This initiative, which aims to present data on the electoral campaign expenditures, will be led by a central team and a field team, composed of 12 co-ordinators and 94 observers, according to the same source.

The project is funded by the National Democratic Institute (NDI), the Canadian government and the U.S.-Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI).

I Watch President Achraf Awadi specified that the operation regards the following political parties and coalition lists: Ennahdha, Nidaa Tounes, Harak Tounes Al Irada, the Democratic Current, the Civil Union and the Popular Front.

The project focuses on three thrusts: Observation of the electoral campaign funding, control of vote buying offenses through a polling targeting 400 citizens in six major municipalities and examination of the possibility to exploit public resources.

Source: TAP News Agency

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