The OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) today opened an election observation mission for the parliamentary elections to be held in
The mission’s deployment follows an invitation from the Armenian authorities.
The mission is led by Radmila Šekerinska and consists of 13 international experts based in
As part of the observation process, the mission will meet with relevant authorities, candidates, political parties, the judiciary, civil society and the media.
Short-term observers arriving for election day will be deployed in teams of two throughout the country to monitor the opening of polling stations, voting, the counting of ballots, and the tabulation of results.
For election-day observation, the ODIHR election observation mission will also join efforts with the delegation of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly and other parliamentary delegations.
A statement of preliminary findings and conclusions will be issued on the day after the elections.
ODIHR will issue a final report about two months after the end of the electoral process.