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Parliamentary elections in Ukraine 2012

CIS-EMO mission initiates roundtables to improve electoral legislation in Ukraine

The CIS-EMO international election observation mission is initiating the holding of roundtables in Ukraine to improve electoral legislation.
"I think that we'll hold the first roundtable in a week or two," CIS-EMO Director General Alexei Kochetkov said at a press conference at Interfax-Ukraine. Read more about CIS-EMO mission initiates roundtables to improve electoral legislation in Ukraine

CIS-EMO mission says parliamentary elections in Ukraine legally incomplete

The CIS-EMO International Election Monitoring Organization has expressed concern about the fact that the Verkhovna Rada, Ukraine's parliament, has not selected a date for repeated parliamentary elections in five constituencies where conflicts occurred during the 2012 parliamentary elections in Ukraine. Read more about CIS-EMO mission says parliamentary elections in Ukraine legally incomplete

International observers will continue to monitor the electoral process in Ukraine

International observers will continue to monitor the electoral process in Ukraine

The mission of the organization to monitor the elections CIS-EMO has decided to continue to monitor the election process in Ukraine. "We have decided to continue to monitor, we will not turn off long-term mission in the next few months," - said General Director of CIS-EMO Alexei Kochetkov. He explained that the observers are going to keep track of the situation in the five constituencies where CEC found it impossible to establish the reliability of the election results. In addition, according to Kochetkov, CIS-EMO can continue to monitor and after the situation in the troubled districts somehow resolved. Read more about International observers will continue to monitor the electoral process in Ukraine

Key breakers of election process are candidates in majority constituencies, says CIS-EMO

Key breakers of election process are candidates in majority constituencies, says CIS-EMO

Leading political forces are working well enough in revealing facts of breaking the election law, observers of the CIS-EMO election observation mission have said. Read more about Key breakers of election process are candidates in majority constituencies, says CIS-EMO

CIS-EMO Mission to closely monitor home voting during election

CIS-EMO Mission to closely monitor home voting during election

The CIS-EMO election observation mission intends to closely monitor home voting during the parliamentary election on October 28, 2012, taking into account the fact that it is becoming increasingly commonplace for Ukrainians to get sick. Read more about CIS-EMO Mission to closely monitor home voting during election

CIS-EMO: Violations registered in morning of Rada election day not systematic

CIS-EMO: Violations registered in morning of Rada election day not systematic

The violations of the electoral process registered by observers in the morning of the election day in Ukraine are not systematic in nature, according to the CIS-EMO international observation mission at the elections to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.

"At the moment all the violations registered by our experts are not systematic... We can not say that the election is terrible, undemocratic," a representative of the mission, Vladimir Titov, said at a press conference at Interfax-Ukraine on Sunday. Read more about CIS-EMO: Violations registered in morning of Rada election day not systematic

Odesa region is leader in violation of election campaigning, says CIS-EMO

Odesa region is leader in violation of election campaigning, says CIS-EMO

The CIS-EMO election observation mission in Ukraine has registered the largest number of violation cases in election campaigning in Odesa region. Read more about Odesa region is leader in violation of election campaigning, says CIS-EMO

Web cameras at polling stations for transparent voting in Ukraine

Web cameras at polling stations for transparent voting in Ukraine

The use of web cameras at polling stations during the parliamentary elections in Ukraine on Sunday, October 28, will ensure the transparency of the voting, according to Veronica Rouet, an election expert, who has come to Ukraine as an observer from the Commonwealth of the Independent States - Election Monitoring Organisation (CIS-EMO). Read more about Web cameras at polling stations for transparent voting in Ukraine

Observers from the CIS-EMO suggested to their colleagues to learn math

Observers from the CIS-EMO suggested to their colleagues to learn math

A mathematical model for evaluating the legitimacy of the electoral process in Ukraine was presented by the international monitoring mission of CIS-EMO in Kiev hotel "Hyatt". According to observers, their colleagues must move from the emotional-evaluative assessments of elections to the language of numbers and accurate data. Read more about Observers from the CIS-EMO suggested to their colleagues to learn math

The CIS-EMO mission has estimated the number of election irregularities

The CIS-EMO mission has estimated the number of election irregularities

On October 22, 2012 in the office of News Agency "Interfax-Ukraine" the mission for election observation CIS-EMO has presented its second public report. It contains analysis of 359 received and verified by the mission violations. Read more about The CIS-EMO mission has estimated the number of election irregularities

Candidate from the "UDAR" could face up to 12 years in prison

Candidate from the "UDAR" could face up to 12 years in prison

The candidate from the "UDAR" in Ternopil district Vitaly Lomakovich was prosecuted on charges of fraud. According to observers, the coincidence between the institution of proceedings and the elections to the Supreme Council is possibly not accidental. Read more about Candidate from the "UDAR" could face up to 12 years in prison

Ballot boxes disappeared in Sumy

Ballot boxes disappeared in Sumy

More than 250 ballot boxes are missing at polling stations of Sumy. According to observers, if the shortage was discovered on the day of the election, this could lead to a serious scandal. Read more about Ballot boxes disappeared in Sumy

CIS-EMO notes increased use of administrative resources during election campaign in Ukraine

CIS-EMO notes increased use of administrative resources during election campaign in Ukraine

The mission of the CIS Election Monitoring Organization (CIS-EMO) has noted an increase in the use of administrative resources during the election campaign in Ukraine in the final days before the vote. Read more about CIS-EMO notes increased use of administrative resources during election campaign in Ukraine

On fake leaflets the "Regionals" congratulate with the 70-th anniversary of the UIA

On fake leaflets the "Regionals" congratulate with the 70-th anniversary of the UIA

At the polling stations of Lugansk region, leaflets appeared in which candidates from the "Party of Regions" congratulated voters with the 70-th anniversary of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army under the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists. According to observers, the "binding" of candidates to the controversial points of Ukrainian history can negatively affect their ratings in eastern Ukraine. Read more about On fake leaflets the "Regionals" congratulate with the 70-th anniversary of the UIA

A preliminary report of CIS-EMO is published on the website of SPU

A preliminary report of CIS-EMO is published on the website of SPU

The Socialist Party of Ukraine posted a Preliminary report of the CIS-EMO mission regarding the election for the Supreme Council of Ukraine on the party website: http://www.spu.in.ua/vibori/30137. Our mission sincerely thanks the SPU for serious attention to the document. Read more about A preliminary report of CIS-EMO is published on the website of SPU

CIS-EMO: Serious protests after the elections in Ukraine are unlikely

CIS-EMO: Serious protests after the elections in Ukraine are unlikely

The Deputy Interior Minister of Ukraine Viktor Ratushniak said that the law enforcements are ready to protest actions after the parliamentary elections. International observers, in their turn, question the worsening of political situation in the country after October 28. Read more about CIS-EMO: Serious protests after the elections in Ukraine are unlikely

Parliamentary elections in Ukraine - 2012

Elections to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on 28 October 2012.

The elections were held under a mixed system - the 225 deputies elected in a national multi-member districts in the electoral lists of political parties, and the remaining 225 - the majority system in single-member districts. Took part in the election, only political parties, participation units, consisting of parties that are not intended. Read more about Parliamentary elections in Ukraine - 2012

Interim report of the CIS-EMO Election Monitoring Mission

International Election Monitoring Mission supervising the elections of People’s Deputies to Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on October 28, 2012, is conducted by the CIS-EMO International Election Monitoring Organization, which consists of people who have the recognized international authority in the field of maintaining voting rights and freedoms of citizens on the basis of European and world standards. Read more about Interim report of the CIS-EMO Election Monitoring Mission

A report of CIS-EMO regarding the Ukrainian elections was presented at the meeting of the OSCE ODIHR

A report of CIS-EMO regarding the Ukrainian elections was presented at the meeting of the OSCE ODIHR
The idea of the elections to the Supreme Council of Ukraine to be held on October 28, as a confrontation between "democratic opposition" and "totalitarian power" is unfounded. This was stated by the director of the International organization of Election Observation CIS-EMO Alexey Kochetkov on October 4 speaking at the meeting of ODIHR with a preliminary report on the pre-election situation in Ukraine. Read more about A report of CIS-EMO regarding the Ukrainian elections was presented at the meeting of the OSCE ODIHR

Serious problems of the organization were revealed at the meeting of the OSCE ODIHR

On September 24 in Warsaw opened an annual meeting to review the implementation of the commitments in the human dimension, adopted by all OSCE participating States. The event was organized by the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR). The meeting will last until October 5.
The meeting was attended by the Director of the international organization of election observation CIS-EMO and the head of the mission in Ukraine Alexey Kochetkov. Read more about Serious problems of the organization were revealed at the meeting of the OSCE ODIHR

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