The Citizens’ Coalition For Change (CCC) on Tuesday continued its candidate nomination process ahead of the 2023 general elections to be held later this year.
The CCC candidate selection process comprises four key milestones, that is, candidate nomination, candidate vetting, candidate caucuses, and declaration of successful candidates.
Today, thousands of candidates who were recently nominated to represent the party in forthcoming elections are being vetted in their respective provinces. CCC said in a statement:
Today, candidates who were recently nominated to represent the Citizens’ movement in the upcoming general elections are currently undergoing a vetting process in their respective provinces.
The nomination process has received an overwhelming response with a 100% success rate in all the 210 constituencies and 1971 wards.
The Citizens’ Independent Selection Panel is committed to delivering candidates that are a product of free, fair, credible and transparent process which is in line with the values, principles and objectives of our CCC candidate selection regulations and procedures.
The candidates will stand at the council, parliament, and presidential level in upcoming general elections.
The opposition party decided not to hold primary elections but to allow communities to select suitable party representatives to contest the 2023 elections.