Acting As An Impartial Body To Manage the Electoral Process?

The US government should have an impartial electoral management body for selecting members, requiring broad agreement of the political competitors through a majority of legislators that includes governing, opposition parties and for public scrutiny of the process.

Criteria are likely to include the ability to act impartially towards political competitors, demonstrated personal integrity and capacities to oversee complex electoral processes. In some countries the first criteria is relaxed in favour of management bodies that are designed to achieve political impartiality through a balanced number of representatives from opposing parties. Similar criteria and a selection process that includes opposing political parties are needed for selecting the chief executive officer.

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