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.
EU Election Observation Missions are a highly visible demonstration of the EU's commitment to supporting democratisation and promoting respect for human rights across the world. The new database will make it easier to find out and learn more about these missions.
Following an invitation by the Bolivian authorities, the European Union will deploy an Election Observation Mission (EOM) in the country to observe the first round of Presidential elections and legislative elections on 3 May. The EOM wouldalso observe a possible second round of presidential elections on 14 June.
Josep Borrell, High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-President of the European Commission, has consulted the European Parliament and appointed its Member Ms. Isabel Santos, as Chief Observer of this Election Observation Mission.
A Missão de Observação Eleitoral da União Europeia (MOE UE) – Moçambique 2019 apresentou hoje, 12 de Fevereiro de 2020, o seu relatório final sobre as Eleições Gerais e das Assembleias Provinciais de 15 de Outubro de 2019.
O relatório final, além de analisar detalhadamente todas as fases do processo eleitoral, conclui com 20 recomendações destinadas a melhorar futuros processos eleitorais. Entre elas, a MOE UE realça as seguintes:
The European Union Election Observation Mission presents its final report, including 20 recommendations to improve future electoral processes
Maputo, 12 February 2020. – The European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) to Mozambique presented today its final report on the General and Provincial Assembly Elections of 15 October 2019. The EU EOM shared the content of the report with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, CNE, STAE, Constitutional Council, Supreme Court, political parties and civil society.