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Genuine choice in Turkish elections, but incumbent president enjoyed undue advantage

Voters had a genuine choice in the early elections in Turkey, but the conditions for campaigning were not equal, with the incumbent president enjoying an undue advantage, the international observers concluded. More

PACE to observe the early presidential and parliamentary elections in Turkey

Following an invitation from the authorities, PACE will send a 33-member delegation to Turkey to observe the conduct of the early elections, alongside observers from OSCE-PA and OSCE-ODIHR. More

Elections in Turkey: statement by the pre-electoral delegation

A pre-electoral delegation visited Ankara to assess the election campaign and the preparations for the early presidential and parliamentary elections to be held on 24 June, while Turkey is under a state of emergency. More

PACE delegation makes pre-electoral visit to Turkey

A seven-member PACE delegation, led by Olena Sotnyk, will carry out a pre-electoral mission to Turkey on 29-30 May, to assess the election campaign and the preparations for the early presidential and parliamentary elections. More

Montenegro election: fundamental freedoms respected; governing party candidate had institutional advantage

"Fundamental freedoms were respected in the 15 April Montenegro presidential election, although the governing party candidate held an institutional advantage," the international observers concluded today. More

Azerbaijan election lacked genuine competition in an environment of curtailed rights and freedoms, observers say

Azerbaijan election lacked genuine competition in an environment of curtailed rights and freedoms, say international observers from PACE, the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly and the OSCE’s ODIHR. More