European Council on International Relations will take part in a continental wide elections monitoring mission piloted by the WORLD ELECTIONS MONITORS ORGANIZATION.
The mission, without equal in the election observation history, will span in 28 countries (United Kingdom included, as the country has decided to participate in the European Parliament Elections) and will cover 10 days of instruction and pre-election, election day and post-election monitoring and will conclude with 28 reports highlighting every country preparation and suitability for election process and a one fully unified report highlighting the voting condition across the European Union.
The final report for all European union territory will be available for general public starting December 1st 2019 after revision by all member states and the finalizing of any complaints.
Regarding the general mission of WORLD ELECTIONS MONITORS ORGANIZATION we recommend you the international organization communique available here:
The Honourable Professor Dr. Anton Caragea, President of World Elections Monitors Organization and the representatives of the Parliamentary Assembly for Sustainable Development Goals, today released the following statement:
“Election observers directly support democracy, and today, World Elections Monitors Organization short-term election observers arrived in European Union for World Elections Monitors Organization `s election observation mission for 2019 European Parliament Elections.
In 2018 World Elections Monitors Organization has supported the Kingdom of Cambodia in organizing what was described as the exemplary elections of Asia.
“World Elections Monitors Organization’s short-term election observers will join their long-term observer counterparts and the Honourable President Anton Caragea, recently named head of European Council on International Relations ’s election observation mission to Europe, to begin their work observing all aspects of the upcoming parliamentary elections in European Union.
World Elections Monitors Organization has also committed his forces for initiatives that will counter the negative impact of disinformation propagated by malign actors in the context of Europe’s elections.
“This week, World Elections Monitors Organization officially launched Mission Europe, with 100 parliamentarians as short -term observers beginning their work on the ground in Europe (in the end is expected that a number of 500 parliamentarians will join the effort-estimate).
The elections to nominate the future composition of the European Parliament will take place in all 28 EU member states in a period spanning between 23 and 26 May 2019.
The World Elections Monitors Organization will observe all aspects of the electoral process leading up to, during, and following the presidential elections in Europe, including monitoring the participation of women, internally displaced persons and minorities in the process.
More World Elections Monitors Organization short-term observers are planned to join them in the weeks to come.
Electoral observation missions are key contributors to the strengthening of democracy.
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We will continue to support Europe in its efforts to implement reforms, including by hosting the World Elections Monitors Organization Conference this summer in EU announced President Dr. Anton Caragea.