Integelec recently participated in the 25th Annual Conference of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Electoral Commissions Forum. During the conference, representatives from various African countries' electoral management bodies discussed issues such as advancing electoral integrity and preventing election-related violence.
During the conference, Integelec showcased its expertise in electoral technology, reaching preliminary cooperation intentions with more than ten African countries. This collaboration aims to strengthen Africa's democratic processes through electronic voting, enhancing the transparency and fairness of elections, and ensuring the reliability of election results.
Integelec invited Dr. John, the Senior Advisor for the United Nations African Election Project, to participate in the conference. Dr. John provided invaluable advice on Integelec's collaboration with the United Nations in the field of African elections and future development strategies in the African market.
Looking ahead, Integelec will not only serve as a technology provider for various electoral committees but also aims to become a long-term, trustworthy partner for African countries. Integelec is committed to continuous research and development, constantly innovating electoral technology and services, and providing systematic solutions to build a more fair, transparent, and efficient electoral system for African countries.
Post time: 01-12-23