IEBC jittery as ballot printing case ruling expected on Friday

What you need to know:

  • Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission top brass spent the better part of Saturday in a meeting at its Anniversary Towers office to brainstorm on what to do and avoid being caught flatfooted.

  • The decision by the National Super Alliance to challenge the award of the tender to Al Ghurair Printing and Publishing company has, in the words of some of the electoral agency's commissioners, jolted election preparations.

The ruling on the ballot tender case could have far-reaching ramifications on election deadlines.


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