ODIHR mission deploys over 200 election observers, to present initial findings Thursday


Head of the ODIHR election observation mission Jillian Stirk, who’s had the opportunity to visit two polling stations this morning, said it has been a good start for the day, adding that the mission will do a complete assessment of how the process is unfolding once all data are gathered at the end of the day.

So far I have visited only two polling stations and since this morning everything has been going smoothly there. But these are just two of many polling stations, so we can’t really draw any conclusions until the end of the day, said Jillian Stirk.

She stated that today they have more than 200 observers spread across all regions of the country, as well as long-term observers who have been here since the end of March.


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