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PACE to observe presidential election in Serbia

A 12-member delegation of the Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly (PACE), led by Ingebjørg Godskesen (Norway, EC), will travel to Serbia to observe the conduct of the presidential election on 2 April. More

PACE to observe parliamentary elections in Armenia

A 22-member delegation, led by Liliane Maury-Pasquier, will travel to Armenia to observe the conduct of the elections, on 2 April, alongside observers from the OSCE-PA, the European Parliament and the OSCE-ODIHR. More

Contestants in Bulgarian elections could reach out to voters freely, but some recommendations remain to be addressed

Contestants in Bulgaria’s elections could reach out to voters freely, while the low-key campaign was generally characterised by public disillusionment with politics and election weariness, observers concluded. More

PACE to observe parliamentary elections in Bulgaria

A 15-member delegation led by Marie-Christine Dalloz will travel to Bulgaria from 24 to 27 March to observe the conduct of the parliamentary elections, alongside observers from the OSCE Office for ODIHR. More

Pre-electoral mission to Armenia: transparency of electoral process but fears that irregularities could recur

Liliane Maury Pasquier (Switzerland, SOC) The delegation supports the opinion of the Venice Commission, which concluded that the electoral legislation allows for the organisation of free and democratic elections, if it is applied in good faith and if there is a political will. More

PACE delegation on pre-electoral visit to Armenia

Liliane Maury Pasquier (Switzerland, SOC) A delegation headed by Liliane Maury-Pasquier, will make a pre-electoral visit to Armenia on 22-23 February to assess the electoral campaign and the political climate prior to the parliamentary elections on 2 April. More