OSCE observers begin monitoring the presidential election process in Tajikistan
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Head of the Central Commission on Elections and Referendums (CCER) of Tajikistan Bakhtiyor Khudoyorzoda met with international observers from the OSCE on September 28. The parties touched upon the issues of the work carried out to ensure maximum transparency of the upcoming presidential elections, reports NIAT “Khovar”.
The delegation headed by Ivilina Aleksieva-Robinson includes representatives of the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights on Election Evaluation.
Khudoyorzoda noted that the CCER of Tajikistan carried out work to activate the electorate, implement information and advisory activities. According to the official, in the framework of the relevant process, many women, volunteers were involved in the composition of election commissions.
Emphasis was placed on compliance with sanitary and epidemiological standards in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus on election day.
During the meeting, it was stated that OSCE observers began monitoring the process of electing the country’s leader.
Source: Asia Plus