Moldova elections were democratic, free - OSCE observers

An election monitoring mission representing the Organization for Security and Cooperatiion in Europe's Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights believes that Moldova's parliamentary elections were democratic and free, leader of the observer delegation from the OSCE's Parliamentary Assembly Arta Dade said at a media conference on Monday.

An election monitoring mission representing the Organization for Security and Cooperatiion in Europe's Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights believes that Moldova's parliamentary elections were democratic and free, leader of the observer delegation from the OSCE's Parliamentary Assembly Arta Dade said at a media conference on Monday.

She said the delegation could see a well organized voting process on polling day, as well as well organized vote counting. The rivals stood on an equal footing and the media coverage was equal as well, she said. People could cast their ballots in a quiet and informal setting. The legislation has good levers to rule out multiple voting, she also said. The vote count proceeded in an organized manner, which excluded all possibilities of voter fraud, Dade said.

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