European Union Election Observation Mission
Ghana, 2016

 

Press and Media

The brochure "Beyond Election Day: Best practices for follow-up to EU Election Observation Missions" was launched at the European Development Days on 8 June 2017 in Brussels.
The European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) to Ghana has presented its Final Report on the December 2016 Presidential and Parliamentary elections. The report comprises an assessment of the electoral process and offers 20 recommendations for reforms to improve future electoral processes
Chief Observer, Tamas Meszerics, returns to Accra to present the mission's Final Report, including recommendations for future improvements to Ghana's electoral framework.
On February 27, the European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) presented its Final Report into Ghana’s Presidential and Parliamentary elections, arguing they represented another milestone in the consolidation of democracy in Ghana. But Chief Observer, Tamas Meszerics, said an atmosphere of
Long-term observers arrived in the Ghanaian capital, Accra, at the start of their pre-election deployment. Twenty-four observers working in teams of two have spread across the country's ten regions, some teams doubling up in regions with large populations.
This third edition provides updated practical guidelines for EU observers and core team.
EUEOM Ghana 2016 Chief Observer, Mr Tamas Meszerics, presents the mission's Final Report in Accra.
EU EOM Ghana 2016 long term observers talk to journalists before leaving for the start of their observation at the beginning of November
A selection of photos featuring Chief Observer, Tamas Meszerics, during interactions with stakeholders, in media interviews and during the mission's first press conference.
A selection of photos from the ten regions of Ghana in November 2016