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Ukraine's CEC refuses to register OSCE observers from Russia

Source : 112 Ukraine

A total of 1 413 official observers have been registered by the Commission
18:46, 14 July 2019
Observers on elections
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The Central Election Commission refused to register the 17 citizens of the Russian Federation, who submitted documents as official observers from the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights. This is reported on the CEC website.

The decision was made, since these persons are citizens of the Russian Federation who, in accordance with the requirements of the Law of Ukraine "On Peculiarities of State Policy for Ensuring State Sovereignty of Ukraine in the Temporarily Occupied Territories of Donetsk and Luhansk Regions," cannot be official observers.

Thus, as of July 12, the Commission registered 1,413 official observers at the snap parliamentary elections on July 21, 2019. Namely: 58 official observers from 10 foreign countries, and 1,355 official observers from 15 international organizations.

 
Earlier, the Central Election Commission of Ukraine registered another 119 official observers from the international organizations for snap parliamentary elections as the Сommission reported.

Particularly, the commission registered four official observers from Slovakia, five from Open Democracy Committee and 105 - from the European Network of Elections Monitoring Organization (ENEMO).

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