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Broad public trust in Armenian elections needs to be preserved through further electoral reforms

The 9 December early parliamentary elections in Armenia were held with respect for fundamental freedoms and enjoyed broad public trust that needs to be preserved through further electoral reforms, the international observers concluded today. More

PACE to observe parliamentary elections in Armenia

A PACE delegation headed by Aleksander Pociej will travel to Armenia to observe the conduct of the 9 December parliamentary elections alongside observers from the OSCE-PA, The EP and the OSCE-ODIHR. More

Candidates campaigned freely in competitive Georgia run-off, though negative campaign undermined process

Tbilisi (Georgia) © Shutterstock The second round of Georgia’s presidential election was competitive and candidates were able to campaign freely, however one side enjoyed an undue advantage, which confirmed concerns expressed by the PACE delegation. More

PACE to observe the 2nd round of the presidential election in Georgia

Tbilisi (Georgia) © Shutterstock Andrej Hunko and Reina de Bruijn-Wezeman will travel to Georgia from 27 to 29 November to observe the conduct of the second round of the presidential election, alongside observers from the OSCE-PA, EP and OSCE-ODIHR. More

Georgia: voters had a genuine choice and candidates campaigned freely, but on an unlevel playing field

Tbilisi (Georgia) © Shutterstock The presidential election was competitive and professionally administered. Candidates were able to campaign freely and voters had a genuine choice, although there were instances of the misuse of state resources, observers say. More

PACE to observe the Presidential election in Georgia

Tbilisi (Georgia) © Shutterstock A 25-member PACE delegation, headed by Andrej Hunko, will travel to Georgia from 26 to 29 October to observe the conduct of the presidential election alongside observers from the OSCE-PA, European Parliament, NATO-PA and OSCE-ODIHR. More