Lawmakers have begun working on crafting an electoral reform bill, beginning with a two-day legislative working session in Buchanan.
After failing to appear at a legislative working session on electoral reform held in Buchanan, lawmakers want representatives of the National Elections Commission to appear before the House of Representatives.
Representatives from civil society organizations and political parties have drafted a resolution to repeal the clause of the constitution that prescribes the specific day for national elections to be held.
The House of Representatives of the 54th national legislature has welcomed recommendations to improve future elections and promised to complete legal reform in six months.
The Institute for Research and Democratic Development has released its 2016 report on the performance of lawmakers in the 53rd National Legislature.