IEBC – Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission

Group of IEBC with balloons they will let fly
The IEBC when it launched its strategic plan

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission is established in Art. 88 of the Constitution which also lists the commission’s tasks:
(a) the continuous registration of citizens as voters

(b) the regular revision of the voters’ roll

(c) the delimitation of constituencies and wards

(d) the regulation of the process by which parties nominate candidates for elections

(e) the settlement of electoral disputes, including disputes relating to or arising from nominations but excluding election petitions and disputes subsequent to the declaration of election results

(f) the registration of candidates for election

(g) voter education

(h) the facilitation of the observation, monitoring and evaluation of elections

(i) the regulation of the amount of money that may be spent by or on behalf of a candidate or party in respect of any election

(j) the development of a code of conduct for candidates and parties contesting elections

(k) the monitoring of compliance with the legislation required by Article 82(1)(b) relating to nomination of candidates by parties

Details of the IEBC’s operations:

Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission Act

Even though it has an organization web address, this is the official IEBC website