Elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina
General Elections, 12 October 2014
Following an official invitation, and based on the findings and conclusions of an OSCE/ODIHR Needs Assessment Mission undertaken from 24 to 27 June, the OSCE/ODIHR has deployed an Election Observation Mission (EOM) to observe the 12 October general elections.
General Elections, 3 October 2010
Following an invitation from the Central Election Commission of Bosnia and Herzegovina and following a needs assessment mission carried out from 30 June to 2 July 2010, ODIHR deployed an election observation mission on 26 August for the 3 October general elections.
Municipal Elections, 5 October 2008
Following an invitation from the authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina to observe the 2008 municipal elections, ODIHR undertook a Needs Assessment Mission (NAM). Although the NAM’s interlocutors expressed the view that international observation could provide a valuable contribution, they also demonstrated a broad confidence in the electoral process. Therefore, given budgetary constraints, the OSCE/ODIHR did not deploy a standard election observation mission.
General Elections, 1 October 2006
Following an invitation from the Foreign Ministry of Bosnia and Herzegovina, ODIHR deployed an election observation mission on 25 August to observe the general elections on 1 October.
Municipal Elections, 2 October 2004
In response to an invitation from the Election Commission of Bosnia and Herzegovina, ODIHR deployed an election observation mission on 30 August to observe the municipal elections on 2 October.