Elections in Estonia
Parliamentary Elections, 1 March 2015
Following an invitation from the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Estonia to the OSCE to observe the 1 March 2015 parliamentary elections and in accordance with its mandate, the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (OSCE/ODIHR) undertook a Needs Assessment Mission (NAM) from 19 to 21 January. The NAM was composed of Steven Martin, OSCE/ODIHR Senior Adviser on New Voting Technologies, Alexander Shlyk, OSCE/ODIHR Election Adviser, and Oleksii Lychkovakh, OSCE/ODIHR Election Adviser.
Parliamentary Elections, 6 March 2011
Following an invitation from the Estonian authorities, ODIHR established an election assessment mission for the parliamentary elections on 6 March.
Parliamentary Elections, 4 March 2007
In response to an invitation from Estonia's Foreign Minister, ODIHR deployed an election assessment mission for the parliamentary elections on 4 March
Parliamentary Elections, 2 March 2003
Following an invitation from the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Estonia to the OSCE to observe the 2 March parliamentary elections, the OSCE/ODIHR undertook a Needs Assessment Mission (NAM) to Estonia between 2-5 February. The NAM concluded that the deployment of an election observation mission cannot be justified.
Parliamentary Elections, 7 March 1999
Following notification from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia of the intention to hold parliamentary elections on 7 March, ODIHR established an election observation mission in Tallinn on 2 February to assess the electoral process.