I saw the recommendation after it was mentioned because I scanned the recommendations section.
If people want to argue that this was a recommendation that GECOM followed, why not in all areas? Why have they not implemented all the recommendations that were made and were under the control of GECOM SECRETRATIAT?
Also, the recommendation was to use a neutral ‘environment’, not private home or place. There’s two are different in essence. My understanding is that anywhere GECOM sets up a polling place becomes a neutral environment. No party flags, or literature. Party polling agents, etc. carter centre as noted indicated they san no negative effect of the use of private residences during the elections.
Though I might have to reconsider my position because Granger showed up at Army polling station in party colour.