Election observation missions (EUEOMs)


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Closing remarks by High Representative/Vice-President Federica Mogherini at the high-level conference "The Future of International Election Observation" at the European Parliament

The Future of Electoral Observation - European External Action Service and European Parliament to co-host conference on 10-11 October


All observers of the EU Election Observation Mission are bound by a strict Code of Conduct that ensures their neutrality and impartiality during their work.

À l'invitation des autorités malgaches, l'Union européenne a décidé de déployer une mission d'observation électorale (MOE) à Madagascar pour y observer le déroulement de l'élection présidentielle, qui doit se tenir les 7 novembre et 19 décembre (en cas de deuxième tour).

Upon the invitation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Timor-Leste, the EU deployed an Election Expert Mission (EEM), composed of a political-electoral analyst and a legal analyst to assess the early legislative elections on 12 May 2018.

Election observation is a highly visible demonstration of the EU's commitment to supporting democracy and promoting human rights around the world. It contributes to strengthening democratic institutions, building public confidence in electoral processes, helping to deter fraud, intimidation and violence, especially in fragile, post-conflict or developing regions. It also complements other key EU foreign policy objectives, particularly peace-building.


Statement by the Spokesperson on the results of the presidential elections in Mali


All parties must now complete this electoral process in the calm and responsible spirit shown so far, while awaiting the announcement of the final results by the Constitutional Court. Any challenges to the results must be made peacefully and through the legal channels set up for addressing grievances.


Statement by the Spokesperson on the elections in Zimbabwe