BDP reviews Bulela Ditswe

Many BDP supporters were not happy with the manner in which Bulela Ditswe complaints were handled
Many BDP supporters were not happy with the manner in which Bulela Ditswe complaints were handled

The ruling Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) has appointed a temporary commission to review their primary elections process known as Bulela Ditswe. The commission will also prepare a report on general elections.

Led by former minister of Local Government Peter Siele, the team is expected to start working on February 21.  The chairman for the communication sub committee Shaw Kgathirevealed this yesterday, at a press briefing.

“The commission will work together with the Communication Committee, and Political Education and Elections Committee (PEEC). The three sub committees will meet each region to get feedback that will form part of their report. We had asked each branch committee to liaise with the region about issues concerning elections,” Kgathi said.

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