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Election Observation - A decade of monitoring elections: the people and the practice

This publication provides an overview of the history and development of OSCE election monitoring. It looks at the reasons for observing elections, who observers are, where they come from, and how an election observation mission works in practice.

The OSCE's Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights has observed around 150 election processes over the last decade.

This publication provides an overview of the history and development of OSCE election monitoring. It looks at the reasons for observing elections, who observers are, where they come from, and how an election observation mission works in practice.

 

 

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