European Union Election Observation Mission
Ghana 2020

Press and Media

eueom_ghana_preliminary_statement_.pdf The 2020 elections were organised in an efficient and transparent manner, and voters participated freely. The elections were competitive, and contestants could campaign without hindrance. A few isolated violent incidents occurred, and numerous stakeholders
Ghana’s 2020 elections were organised in an efficient manner and took place in a peaceful atmosphere, according to the preliminary findings of the European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM). However, shortcomings identified by previous EU EOMs, mainly related to the transparency of
The Chief Observer of the European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) to Ghana, Javier Nart, travels this week to Takoradi, Cape Coast and Kumasi to follow the final preparations for the 7 December presidential and parliamentary elections. During his visit Mr Nart will meet key
The European Union has deployed an Election Observation Mission for the Presidential and Parliamentary Elections in Ghana scheduled for 7 December 2020. The EU EOM is led by Chief Observer Javier Nart, a Member of the European Parliament from Spain.