Our missions

The group of short-term international observers from Belarus Watch, presented preliminary results of the observation of the presidential election in Georgia on 27 October 2013. Observers visited 205 polling stations across the country. The conduct of election on the election day was positively assessed although minor irregularities took place.

The election day was carried out in a calm and orderly manner. The procedures were well followed in the majority of cases. Observers were...

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The group of short-term international observers, accredited under non-governmental organization Belarus Watch, presented preliminary results of the observation of the presidential election in Montenegro on 7 April 2013. Observers visited 140 polling stations across the country. The conduct of election on the election day was positively assessed although minor discrepancies took place.

The election day was carried out in an orderly and peaceful manner. The mission noted high level of...

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The group of short-term international observers, accredited under non-governmental organization Belarus Watch, presented preliminary results of the monitoring of the presidential elections in the Czech Republic on Jan. 11–12, 2013. Observers visited 182 polling stations across the country, noted the high level of election’s organization and transparent and effective vote counting system.

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Having observed both the early voting and the election day of the parliamentary elections in Belarus, the project participants noted facts of psychological pressure on independent observers, cases of them being groundlessly expelled from polling stations, attempts of almost twofold over-estimation of turnout and a lack of transparent ...

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Representatives of the «Election Observation: Theory and Practice» project were on a short visit to Moscow in the presidential elections in Russia, held on March 4, 2012. Their goal was to familiarize with the Russian election procedures and the experience of non-governmental organizations in the election monitoring.

During their visit to Russia EOTP representatives have met the management and volunteers of the Association of Non-Profit Organizations «In Defense of...

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On 10 March 2012, a group of international observers from the project «Election Observation: Theory and Practice» accredited under non-governmental organization «Belarus Watch» observed the conduct of the Parliamentary election in Slovakia. The observers focused on procedural aspects of the election day and the counting of the votes. The observers visited 227 polling stations all...

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The observers visited 226 polling stations in Cork county, Cork city, Dublin county, Dublin city, Galway constituencies, Kildare constituencies, Laois-Offaly constituencies, Limerick, Longford-Westmeath and Wexford constituencies. The mission evaluated the voting process based on international standards of secrecy of the ballot, transparency, universality, equality, fairness and freedom of elections as well as national legislation of Ireland.

The observation mission comprised of 45...

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On 6 March 2011 the group of participants of the “Election Observation: Theory and Practice” project monitored the conduct of the Parliamentary elections to in Estonia. The observers visited 135 polling stations all over Estonia (22% out of the total number). The mission evaluated the voting process based on international standards and OSCE principles as well as the Electoral Act of Estonia.

The election process during voting was extremely well organized, which was noted...

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On December 19, 2010 the participants of the project “Election Observation: Theory and Practice” monitored the process of the presidential election in the Republic of Belarus. The Mission consisted of 94 people, including the EHU students and the representatives of the Belarusian third sector. The participants of the project mission monitored voting on the day of the election, and in some cases during the early voting on 31 polling stations in Minsk, as well as on 24 polling...

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The project "Election Observation: Theory and Practice" finished its yet another mission, during which a group of short-term international observers accredited under the Swedish International Liberal Center observed the parliamentary election in Latvia.

The observers concentrated on procedures during the Election Day, namely opening of the polling stations, voting and counting. The participants visited 203 polling stations (21% out of all polling stations).

The...

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