Ukraine's Central Election Commission registers 357 foreign observers as of February 22
The Central Election Commission (CEC) of Ukraine has registered 357 observers from foreign and international organizations in the presidential elections in Ukraine.
At its recent meeting on February 22, the CEC registered nine observers from the International expert Center for Electoral Systems (ICES), according to an UNIAN correspondent.
Thus, as of February 22, there were 357 registered observers from foreign and international organizations: 109 observers from the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights, 58 from the European Network of Election Monitoring Organizations (ENEMO), 53 from international not-for-profit NGO CANADEM, 42 from the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, 29 from the Charity Foundation "International Commission on Human Rights," 13 from the Public Union "International Community on Human Rights," nine from the International expert Center for Electoral Systems (ICES), seven from the National Democratic Institute for International Relations, one from the Ukrainian World Congress, 13 from France, 12 from Germany, 11 from Slovakia.
As reported by UNIAN, a delegation from Canada has already arrived in Ukraine to observe the process of presidential elections in 2019.