Irish Independent: Vote observers find flaws in our elections

THEY came here to learn about improving their own elections, but a group of eastern European observers found flaws in the way voting was organised in the presidential election and referendums.

Preliminary Statement on the Findings of Short-Term Observation Of the Presidential election and constitutional referendums in Ireland on 27 October 2011 By the EOTP Project observation mission Belarus Watch

On 27 October 2011, a group of short-term international observers from the project «Election Observation: Theory and Practice» accredited under non-governmental organization Belarus Watch (Vilnius, Lithuania) observed the conduct of the Presidential election and referendums in Ireland.

EOTP Project: Additional Call for Applications

Selected participants will complete a week-long intensive study course in Vilnius designed by the prominent Norwegian political scientists with previous experience in numerous international observation missions. Upon the successful course completion participants will receive a certificate of Belarus Watch as well as a special EHU certificate.

Observation Mission: Call for Experienced Participants

Participants of the previous stages of the «Election Observation: Theory and Practice» Project are invited to take part in a mission to observe elections as experienced participants. The mission will take place on 25–29 of October. You will be selected on a competitive basis.

Unfortunately, you will not be accepted as an experienced observer if you took part in 2 latest missions.

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