The European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) to the 2020 general and regional elections has returned to Guyana. The purpose of the return visit is to present to stakeholders the recommendations included in the mission’s final report published in June 2020, as well as to help to kick
The European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) to Guyana welcomes the CARICOM observer team report of 13 June. The report reflects the findings of the EU EOM, which in its final report concluded that voting and counting were well managed all over the country, as was the tabulation of
The European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) to Guyana today released its final report on the 2 March 2020 general and regional elections. The EU EOM was able to observe and report on all aspects of the election process until 20 March 2020 when, in light of the Covid-19 pandemic, it was
The Chief Observer, Mr Urmas Paet, Member of the European Parliament, presented today the preliminary findings of the EU Election Observation Mission for the 2 March General and Regional Elections in Guyana.
The European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) for the general and regional elections was officially launched today by Chief Observer, Urmas Paet, a Member of the European Parliament. The EU has deployed the mission in response to an invitation by the President of Guyana. “ The presence
This preliminary statement of the EU election observation mission (EU EOM) is delivered before the completion of the entire electoral process. Critical stages remain to be observed, including the tabulation of results and the adjudication of possible post-election petitions. The EU EOM is now only
On Tuesday 4 February fourteen long-term observers of the European Union Election Observation Mission deployed across the administrative regions of Guyana to observe electoral preparations and the campaign. Regions: Latin America & the Caribbean Guyana Show in content: Election observation