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Training Polling Officials for the Tripoli by elections

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UNDP support to Parliamentary By-elections in Tripoli

Elections Dispute Resolution Workshop Between the Mexican Federal Electoral Tribunal and Lebanese Constitutional Council

UNDP LEAP Documentary 2018

UNDP LEAP support to the 2018 Parliamentary Elections

Supporting the Automation of the Candidate Registration and Result Management Systems

Enhancing the Capacity of Electoral Officers

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Youth and Elections Awareness Sessions

Info Sessions Targeting Women Candidates & Voters

Launching a Gender Roadmap To increase Women’s Participation in Elections

Constitutional Council’s Decisions Publications in French 1996 – 2016 in cooperation with UNDP

“Elections Management & Operations” BRIDGE Workshop

Launching of ”The Participation of Lebanese Women in Political Life"

2017 Voter Registration Campaigns

“Gender and Elections” training

“The Parliamentary Electoral Legal Framework” Conference

Workshop for Elected Women Municipal Council Members and Mukhtars in South-West Lebanon

Award of Appreciation from Governor of Akkar to LEAP Team

Running for Local Elections 2016: Women’s Journey towards Winning

Candidate Registration Process: A successful pilot project in Akkar

Enhancing Women Political Participation through Electoral Laws National Conference

40 CSOs from 18 Regional Countries in Beirut Discussing “Election Dispute Resolution”

Cooperation between Constitutional Council and UNDP

Regional BRIDGE “Training the facilitators” workshop in Beirut

Silver Award to the 2013 Voter Registration Billboards

BRIDGE training on Gender and Elections in Cairo

BRIDGE Training

Electoral Systems and Women’s Participation Workshop

Launching of the Voter Registration Campaign

2013 Voter Registration Training

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Elections Dispute Resolution Workshop Between the Mexican Federal Electoral Tribunal and Lebanese Constitutional Council

In the framework of the south-south cooperation initiatives, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) – Lebanese Elections Assistance Project (LEAP), along with UNDP Mexico, organized a 2-day workshop between the Mexican Federal Electoral Tribunal and the Constitutional Council in Lebanon on topics relevant to the structure and attributions of the two institutions in the context of the elections dispute resolution system.


The workshop took place at the Council’s premises on the 11th and 12th October. It aimed at exploring possibilities of cooperation, exchanging of judicial-electoral information and sharing good practices in the area of elections dispute resolution.


The Mexican Electoral Tribunal delegation, headed by magistrates Mr. Reyes Rodríguez and Mr. Felipe de la Mata of the Mexican electoral tribunal, visited the president of the Constitutional Council, Dr. Issam Sleiman, in the presence of member of the constitutional council, Dr. Antoine Messarra, the UNDP Country Director, Ms. Celine Moyroud, the head of the Governance/Security/Social Development/Civil Society section at the European Delegation to Lebanon, Mr. Rein Nieland, the Human Rights, Justice and Elections Stop My Irsbill, Mr. Samir Gharbaoui, and LEAP’s Chief Technical Advisor, Mr. Dan Radulescu.


The first day of the workshop focused on introducing both institutions and the correlation between the two judiciary bodies. In addition, the Constitutional Council and the Mexican Electoral Tribunal talked in general about the role of each institution in the recent elections held in both countries in 2018.


The second day started with discussions on the role of the electoral justice in the contemporary democracies, and went into the details of the electoral resolutions, i.e. how both bodies solve the challenges received, following the elections in Lebanon and Mexico Furthermore, the participants explored cooperation opportunities in the area of capacity building in line with the programs of the judiciary school in Mexico.


At the end of the workshop, Magistrates Rodriguez and de la Mata invited the Constitutional Council to participate in the Global Network of Electoral Justice which is an international forum that brings together members of Tribunals, Courts, and Judicial Electoral Bodies from across the world. For help with online gaming check out netent casino no deposit bonus


UNDP LEAP is funded by EU and USAID.

15 October 2018

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