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Georgia: voters had a genuine choice and candidates campaigned freely, but on an unlevel playing field

Tbilisi (Georgia) © Shutterstock The presidential election was competitive and professionally administered. Candidates were able to campaign freely and voters had a genuine choice, although there were instances of the misuse of state resources, observers say. More

PACE to observe the Presidential election in Georgia

Tbilisi (Georgia) © Shutterstock A 25-member PACE delegation, headed by Andrej Hunko, will travel to Georgia from 26 to 29 October to observe the conduct of the presidential election alongside observers from the OSCE-PA, European Parliament, NATO-PA and OSCE-ODIHR. More

Bosnia and Herzegovina elections were genuinely competitive, but legal and systemic shortcomings remain

“Yesterday’s voting was calm, and electors made their choice freely among a large number of parties and candidates," said Dame Cheryl Gillan, Head of the delegation from the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe. More

PACE to observe the general elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina

A PACE delegation will observe the conduct of the 7 October general elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina, alongside observers from the OSCE-PA and NATO-PA, the European Parliament and the OSCE’s ODIHR. More

Skopje: fundamental freedoms were respected in referendum

Although the legal framework did not sufficiently cover all aspects of the process, the referendum in “the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia” was administered impartially and fundamental freedoms were respected, concluded the observers. More

PACE to observe the referendum in “the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia”

Skopje, ''l'ex-République yougoslave de Macédoine''  © Zefart PACE will send a delegation to “the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia” to observe the conduct of the referendum organised following the agreement signed by Greece and “the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia” on 17 June. More