Congress President Election: Listing Of Aicc Representatives Is In Last Stage – Congress President Election: The work of finalizing the list of AICC representatives will be completed soon


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The finalization of the list of All India Congress Committee (AICC) representatives (delegates) by the party’s Central Election Authority (CEA) is in the final stages amid the ongoing exercise for the election of the new president of Congress. It is expected to be completed in the next few days. It is noteworthy that AICC members selected as representatives will participate in the election as Congress President. The number of these members is more than one thousand.

According to Congress sources, the CEA headed by senior leader Madhusudan Mistry has verified most of the lists of AICC members sent by various state units and the process will be completed in the next few days. A senior party leader told, ‘The work of finalizing the list of AICC representatives is in the final stages. It will be completed in a few days. After this, the working committee will decide on the election date and other programs.

Mistry said that when the list is ready, it will be informed. Please tell that after the defeat of Congress in the last Lok Sabha election, Rahul Gandhi left the post of President. After this, Sonia Gandhi was made the interim president. Meanwhile, some senior leaders like Ghulam Nabi Azad and Kapil Sibal are raising demands for the party to be the active president of the Congress after the dismal performance of the Congress in Bihar assembly elections and by-elections in some states.

According to the Congress constitution, after filling the nomination papers for the party president, it is granted seven days to withdraw it. If there is only one candidate, he is declared the winner and he takes charge as the new president at the Congress session. The term of the Congress President is five years. If there are many candidates for the post of president, then the winner has to get at least 50 percent of the votes.

The CWC also has powers to elect a temporary president. By the way, a large section of Congress leaders has been advocating for a long time that Rahul Gandhi should take over the reins of the Congress.

The finalization of the list of All India Congress Committee (AICC) representatives (delegates) by the party’s Central Election Authority (CEA) is in the final stages amid the ongoing exercise for the election of the new president of Congress. It is expected to be completed in the next few days. It is noteworthy that AICC members selected as representatives will participate in the election as Congress President. The number of these members is more than one thousand.

According to Congress sources, the CEA headed by senior leader Madhusudan Mistry has verified most of the lists of AICC members sent by various state units and the process will be completed in the next few days. A senior party leader told, ‘The work of finalizing the list of AICC representatives is in the final stages. It will be completed in a few days. After this, the working committee will decide on the election date and other programs.

Mistry said that when the list is ready, it will be informed. Please tell that after the defeat of Congress in the last Lok Sabha election, Rahul Gandhi left the post of President. After this, Sonia Gandhi was made the interim president. Meanwhile, some senior leaders like Ghulam Nabi Azad and Kapil Sibal are raising demands for the party to be the active president of the Congress after the dismal performance of the Congress in Bihar assembly elections and by-elections in some states.

According to the Congress constitution, after filling the nomination papers for the party president, it is granted seven days to withdraw it. If there is only one candidate, he is declared the winner and he takes charge as the new president at the Congress session. The term of the Congress President is five years. If there are many candidates for the post of president, then the winner has to get at least 50 percent of the votes.

The CWC also has powers to elect a temporary president. By the way, a large section of Congress leaders has been advocating for a long time that Rahul Gandhi should take over the reins of the Congress.


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