2,321 foreign observers to monitor Rada elections

12:04, 21 October 2014
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A total of 2,321 official observers from abroad have registered to monitor the early parliament elections in Ukraine on October 26, the Central Election Commission (CEC) said on Monday.


The CEC said it had registered another 494 observers from foreign states and international organizations on Monday – the last day of the registration of foreign observers.

Of these, 47 were from the Office of Democratic Institutions and Human Rights of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe; 10 were from the Canadian election observation missions (CANEOM); eight were from the Committee For the Discovery of Democracy; one was from the International Republican Institute; 188 were from the World Congress of Ukrainians; 28 were from the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America; 19 were from Poland; three were from Turkey; one was from the Netherlands; 99 were from the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly; four were from the UK; four were from Kazakhstan; 16 were from Lithuania; 19 were from Hungary; 43 were from the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe; and four were from the Institute for European Prospects and Security.

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