Ukrainian Central Elections Commission registers 2,191 international observers

The Ukrainian Central Elections Commission has registered another 532 official monitors in the May 25 presidential election. In all, 2,191 official election observers have been registered as of yet.

The Ukrainian Central Elections Commission has registered another 532 official monitors in the May 25 presidential election. In all, 2,191 official election observers have been registered as of yet.

"Amongst these observers, there are 437 from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights, one from the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, one from the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, 20 from the International Republican Institute, five from the Kingdom of Spain, one from the Kingdom of Denmark, four from the Kingdom of Norway, 28 from the Lithuanian Republic, two from the Republic of Kazakhstan, nine from the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, one from the United States, ten from the Slovak Republic, one from the Federative Republic of Germany and twelve from the Czech Republic to monitor the early presidential election in Ukraine on May 25, 2014. The total number of official registered observers stands at 2,191," the report runs.

The official website of the Central Elections Commission said Ukraine would be visited by observers from 19 international organizations and 18 foreign states.

The commission sent ballot papers to district elections commissions deployed in foreign countries on May 17. In all, 442, 436 ballot papers were delivered to 114 polling stations outside of Ukraine.

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