DECLARATION OF THE OFFICIAL CAMPAIGN PERIOD FOR SATUK 2018/2019 ELECTIONS
This is to officially declare the beginning of the SATUK 2018/2019 election campaigns from today, Wednesday 28th February, 2018 until Wednesday 7th March, 2018. The lists of aspirants for Electoral College delegates and SATUK congress are available here:
Please note that campaigns are only allowed during the day and all candidates are advised to take note of the rules and regulations herein:
SATUK 2018/2019 ELECTION RULES AND REGULATIONS
1. Campaigns officially begin on 28th February, 2018 and end on 7th March, 2018 at midnight.
2. There shall be No campaigning on Election Day, that is, Thursday 8th March, 2018.
3. Candidates must abide by all University rules and regulations, and laws of Kenya.
4. No campaigns outside the University Precincts or around Administration block.
5. A duly nominated candidate shall ensure that posters and all campaign materials are only posted on Notice Boards.
6. No candidate or their agents may use glue for displaying posters and other campaign materials on any surfaces such as walls, floors, corridors, windows, doors etc. use
a. Hangings/banners and pinning on Notice boards
b. Tablets, Fliers, Brochures, Placards, T-shirts etc.
c. Social media (responsibly)
d. Kamukunjis/Person to person
7. No bribery of voters, threats and hooliganism shall be tolerated.
8. Candidates must not use abusive language at opponents and University staff during the campaigns.
9. Use of violence or any activities that may lead to destruction of University property by a candidate or his agents and supporters is strictly prohibited.
10. Any candidate or agent caught with unauthorized election material such as ballot papers or any other privileged materials shall be disqualified and face disciplinary action thereafter.
11. Candidates who breach these rules and regulations shall be disqualified and will be liable to face disciplinary action.
12. All election grievances, complaints and anomalies should be reported to the Electoral Board through the Returning Officer.
13. Any complaints arising from the election outcome should be reported in writing to the Election Petitions Panel.