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Short-term observers will receive an intensive two-day training in Tegucigalpa on electoral, legal, political and media content, before meeting with the long-term observers in different departments of the country.
A delegation of the European Parliament and representatives of the diplomatic corps will join the MOE UE two days before elections.
During her second visit to Honduras, the Chief Observer will travel to several departments, rural and urban areas across the country. Marisa Matias explained that “with the arrival of the short-term observers, the MOE UE will enhance its observation across the country on election day. We will be present in the opening of polling stations, following closely voting, counting, tallying and the results process”.
The MOE UE will present its first conclusions in a preliminary statement during a press conference that will take place on November 28, two days after elections, in Tegucigalpa.
For further information, please contact:
Silvia de Félix
Press & Public Outreach Officer
(+504) 9438 7335