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IEBC says it will not change ballots printer

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The IEBC has answered the National Super Alliance on its list of demands, ahead of the October 26th election, dubbed the irreducible minimums. The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission is insisting they will not seek another printer for the ballot papers and the election return forms. In its response to NASA, IEBC also declines to release classified information regarding the servers, and says OT Morpho will continue to provide the software support. Ken Mijungu with the other responses.

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