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Election observation missions (EUEOMs)
Each EU mission works in the framework of a comprehensive approach. The mission works in agreement and coordination with the EU Delegations in the same area and in the framework of EU regional policies.
Chief Observer Alojz Peterle presented the Final Report on the 22 October Mayoral and Municipal Assembly Elections at a Press Conference on Tuesday, 13 February in Pristina.
EU EOM Timor-Leste 2017: “Timorese authorities organized well-administered, transparent and inclusive elections in a peaceful environment”
Dili, 24 November 2017
Today, the European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) to Timor-Leste 2017 released its final report, with a comprehensive assessment of the 20 March presidential and the 22 July legislative elections. The report contains 22 recommendations to improve future election processes.
The Chief Observer, Mr Alojz Peterle, Member of the European Parliament, presented today the preliminary findings of the European Union Election Observation Mission on the 19 November Mayoral Runoffs in Kosovo.
Two faces of Kosovo municipal elections - Competitive and well-administered elections in most of Kosovo, while deep concerns persist over the democratic process in Kosovo Serb areas
The 42 short-term obseervers arrived in Pristina on Tuesday, 17 October and after 2 days of breifing they have been deployed to their areas of observation.
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