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On August 1st, the IMC released a list of recommendations for the media following a one day forum on “the role of the media in the 2012 Elections”. Speaking at the communiqué launch at the IMC boardroom, Rod Mac Johnson said this is the direction we want the media to pursue leading up to the election. The session which was organized in collaboration with the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) attracted journalists and representatives of media institutions and organizations, the forum provided a platform to discuss the conduct of the media before, during, and after the November 17, 2012 general election.
After deliberations on the theme of proceedings, the participants resolved as follows:
Following the deliberations and recommendations outlined above, participants at the IMC/UNDP organized Media Forum on 9th July 2012 approved the statements and recommendations, noting their commitment to ensure free, fair and violence-free General elections.
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