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Tollgate contract document

The contract document for Tollgate that was endorsed by the APC government. Verify aspect 10:4 of the contract document to ascertain whether it was explicitly stated that fee adjustments would be made in the event of an exchange rate issue.   Please check on points 10:4 The remaining documents will be posted later 

APC District Executive Elections suspended

 

POLITICAL PARTIES REGULATION COMMISSION

OAU Drive, Tower Hill, Freetown, Sierra Leone Email: info@pprcsierraleone.org Website: www.pprcsierraleone.org

PPRC

+232 76 640437/+23278 443294

PRESS STATEMENT 18th January 2023

The Political Parties Regulation Commission (PPRC) is in receipt of several Petitions, from almost all of the sixteen electoral districts in the Country, save for Bombali, Moyamba, and Kailahun so far, relative to the conduct and outcome of the All Peoples Congress Party Constituency Executive elections.

Consequent upon the above, the TIIEMC is advised to put on hold the District Executive Elections slated for tomorrow Thursday the 19th of January 2023, till the aforementioned Petitions are heard and determined.



This also serves, to inform all Petitioners, the Chairman and Secretary of the ITGC, and the Chairman and District focal persons of the TIIEMC that, the Petitions will be heard on Friday the 20th January 2023, at the Conference room of the Commission at Tower Hill Freetown, at 10 am and are accordingly invited.

Be further informed that, apart from the Petitioners and the Party Officials mentioned above, the Commission will NOT ALLOW any other person at the hearings.

All who are not Chairman and Secretary of the ITGC, Chairman and District focal persons of the TIIEMC, and the Chairman of the Subcommittee of the ITGC on Registration are advised to stay off the Commission's Conference room.


End of Statement

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