European Union Election Observation Mission
Malawi 2019

 

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However, results process is still to be completed and inclusivity and transparency are vital
The European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) has 83 observers currently deployed across Malawi.   The Chief Observer of the EU EOM, Miroslav Poche, today has been observing the opening of a polling station in Blantyre and has observed voting in a number of polling stations around the
The European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) to Malawi deployed today 32 short-term observers throughout the country. The group is the third contingent, following the core team and the 28 long-term observers, which have been in Malawi since the beginning of April.    “The short-term
Well-managed, inclusive, transparent and competitive elections, but the campaign was marked by tensions and an unlevel playing field. However, results process is still to be completed and inclusivity and transparency are vital.
The European Union Election Observation Mission has 83 observers currently deployed across Malawi.
The European Union Election Observation Mission to Malawi deployed today 32 short-term observers throughout the country. The group is the third contingent, following the core team and the 28 long-term observers, which have been in Malawi since the beginning of April.
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The EU EOM observes the final election preparations
The EU EOM observes the final election preparations
The EU EOM observes the final election preparations and gets ready for Election Day, Tuesday 21 May 2019.
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Observing the election campaign in Malawi
Observing the election campaign in Malawi
The EU EOM has observed more than 120 rallies of different parties and candidates so far.
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EU observers in the field
EU observers in the field
The EU EOM Malawi is meeting different parties and candidates across the country. In Mulanje, Southern Region, a team of EU observer has met a candidate with albinism, running for local elections.