: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Polling station staff did commendable job on election day, but concerns regarding higher commissions and deficiencies in the law point to need for reform, OSCE/ODIHR observers say in Ukraine

KYIV, 16 November 2015 – The second round of Ukraine’s mayoral elections saw business interests influencing the process in most contests, and many candidates focusing their efforts on local coalition building more than on reaching out to voters, observers from the OSCE Office for Democratic Elections and Human Rights (ODIHR) concluded in a statement issued today. There was little active campaigning. In a positive development, debates were organized between candidates in a number of regions, the observers said.
“As in the first round, dedicated and capable polling station staff did a commendable job in organizing the voting and the count. The …read more

Source: OSCE

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