The European Union Electoral Observation Mission – Paraguay 2018, along with the Superior Court of Electoral Justice, held a roundtable on Saturday 19 May on recommendations for improving future electoral processes. Paraguayan authorities and institutions, Electoral Justice ministers, representatives of political groups, the media, civil society and the pollsters discussed the feasibility and relevance of the recommendations suggested by the EU EOM.
The meeting was moderated by Paraguayan journalists Mercedes Barriocanal and Carlos Peralta.
At the end of the discussion, the EU EOM Deputy Chief Observer, Tania Marques, gave a statement to the press, in which she referred to the application of the law in terms of surveys and opinion polls, as well as the composition of civic boards and the procedures and conditions for impeachments.
Link to the radio interview (in Spanish):