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The European Union Election Observation Mission for the general and regional elections was officially launched today by Urmas Paet, a Member of the European Parliament.

The European Union has deployed an Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) to Guyana on 25 January to observe the general and regional elections on 2 March

The European Union deployed an Election Follow-up Mission (EFM) to The Gambia in October 2019. The Mission was led by Mr. Miroslav Poche, Chief Observer of the European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) of the National Assembly Elections in 2017.

In response to an invitation by President of Guyana David Granger, the European Union has decided to deploy an EU Election Observation Mission to observe the General and Regional elections scheduled for 2 March 2020. Josep Borrell, High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-President of the European Commission, has appointedUrmas Paet, Member of the European Parliament as Chief Observer.

The European Union deployed an Election Follow-up Mission (EFM) to Ghana on 5 September 2019. The Mission was led by Mr. Tamas Meszerics, Chief Observer of the European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) for the 2016 presidential and parliamentary elections in Ghana.

Maputo, 8 Novembro 2019 – A Missão de Observação Eleitoral da União Europeia (MOE UE) iniciou as suas actividades em Moçambique a 31 de Agosto de 2019 e destacou 170 observadores para o dia eleitoral. Os observadores permaneceram no país até ao fim do processo de apuramento de resultados distritais e provinciais. Após a Declaração Preliminar, emitida pela MOE UE a 17 de Outubro contendo as suas constatações até ao dia eleitoral, a missão passa a comunicar as seguintes observações.

Maputo, 8 November 2019 - The European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) initiated its activities in Mozambique on 31 August 2019 and deployed 170 observers for election day. Observers remained in the country until the completion of the district and provincial tabulation of results. Following the Preliminary Statement, issued by the EU EOM on 17 October with the findings observed up until election day, the mission is now communicating its further findings.

The historic Peace and Reconciliation Agreement signed in Maputo on 6 August was an inspiration to the outside world: the electoral process which has followed is a real test of the readiness of Mozambique's political actors and institutions to maintain and protect the freedoms and rights which will help to bring the benefits of the peace to citizens.

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