Election commission

  • an election commission is a body charged with overseeing the implementation of electioneering process of any country. the formal names of election commissions vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, and may be styled an electoral commission,[1] a central [2] or state election commission,[3] an election board,[4] an electoral council[5] or an electoral court.[6] election commissions can be independent, mixed, judicial or executive. they may also be responsible for electoral boundary delimitation. in federations there may be a separate body for each subnational government. the election commission has a duty to perform election related activities in an orderly manner. for election related problems, election commission is responsible.

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An election commission is a body charged with overseeing the implementation of electioneering process of any country. The formal names of election commissions vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, and may be styled an electoral commission,[1] a central [2] or state election commission,[3] an election board,[4] an electoral council[5] or an electoral court.[6] Election commissions can be independent, mixed, judicial or executive. They may also be responsible for electoral boundary delimitation. In federations there may be a separate body for each subnational government. The election commission has a duty to perform election related activities in an orderly manner. For election related problems, Election Commission is responsible.