Sharjah to Conduct Induction Seminars on Upcoming Consultative Council Elections

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 The Higher Committee for the Sharjah Consultative Council Elections is organising a series of induction seminars across Sharjah City, the Central Region and the Eastern Region prior to the commencement of the registration phase of candidates to discuss the electoral process and highlight its rules, regulations and latest developments    .


The seminars outline the parliamentary experiences of the first woman to chair the Sharjah Consultative Council following the previous round of elections, together with a number of the Council’s members. They also offer details of candidate registration, conditions and requirements, as well as respond to the inquiries of the community and candidates regarding registration mechanisms and controls.


The four induction seminars begin 8.00 pm, with the first of them launching on Wednesday, October 9, at Al Qasimia University. They will be attended by the public and addressed by HE Ahmed Saeed Al Jarwan, Secretary General of the SCC and Member of the Higher Committee for SCC Elections, and HE Aisha Al Bairaq, SCC Member in the ninth legislative term.


The second seminar will be held on Sunday, October 13, in the Central Region, at Al Dhaid’s Cultural Centre. It will be attended by HE Dr Mansour Bin Nassar, Chairman of the Higher Committee for SCC Elections, and HE Dr Mohammed Abdullah bin Howaidan Al Ketbi, SCC Member in the seventh and eighth legislative terms. This seminar too will be open to the public.


On Monday, October 14, the third induction seminar, dedicated to women only, will be held in Sharjah City, at Sharjah Ladies Club. It will host HE Khawla Al Mulla, Chairperson of the SCC in the ninth legislative term, and Dr Mansour Bin Nassar.



The fourth seminar, to precede the registration of candidates, will take place on Tuesday, October 15, in the Eastern Region, specifically at Khorfakkan’s Cultural Centre. It will see the attendance of HE Ahmed Saeed Al Jarwan, and HE Fatima Al Mughni, former member of the Council.



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