Luanda - The National Electoral Commission (CNE) already has a significant number of requests from local and foreign observers to monitor the elections of August 31, whose accreditation process is underway.
The information was released on Friday by the institution's a spokesperson, Julia Ferreira, while speaking to the press at the end of the 14th plenary meeting.
She said that the CNE has been promoting the normal course of accreditation process of observers, with the support of Election Observation Office, created specifically for this purpose.
The institution has recently approved the model invitation for international observers, setting the maximum number of 50 for National Assembly (AN), 24 for Constitutional Court (TC) and 18 for political parties and coalitions.
The election law stipulates various mechanisms for international observation.
The international observer interested in taking part the process are encouraged to address to the CNE chairperson his and her will and interest to participate.