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Report of the civil society nominations committee on the selection of civil society representatives to the EITI Board

The Publish What You Pay (PWYP) Global Steering Committee, upon the recommendation of the PWYP Secretariat, formulated the criteria for the selection of the civil society representatives to the EITI Board. The Global Steering Committee also formed the civil society Nominations Committee composed of Ms. Cielo Magno (Bantay Kita and a member of the PWYP Global Steering Committee), Mr. Mamadou Taran Diallo (Guinean Association for Transparency and a member of the PWYP Global and Africa Steering Committees), Mr. Dorjdari Namkhaijantsan (Open Society Forum Mongolia and a current civil society representative on the EITI Board) and Ms. Radhika Sarin (former PWYP International Coordinator and a former civil society representative on the EITI Board).

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