Archive - 25/3/2012

Russian observers have not yet recorded any violations of the presidential elections in South Ossetia

All the electoral processes of the presidential election in South Ossetia comply with the current legislation of South Ossetia and are being held without any violations. This has been declared the Russian official of the Coordinating Council of NGOs for protection of citizens' voting rights, Igor Bogdanov at a briefing of the CEC Information Center. According to him, he was present at the opening of the four polling stations. "We are seeing a complete ensuring of the electoral rights of citizens of South Ossetia.

«CIS-EMO»: South Ossetian elections comply with the international standards

The elections in South Ossetia comply with the international standards. This has been declared by a representative of the International Election Observation «CIS-EMO» Dekrok Olivier at a briefing of the CEC Information Centre of South Ossetia. He has stressed that one can talk about the high turnout of voters - by 10:00, according to him, more than 10% of voters visited the polls.

"Federation of Peace and Harmony" will inform the EU about elections in South Ossetia

The international organization "Federation of Peace and Harmony" will inform the Council of Europe on the elections in South Ossetia. This was declared by a member of a group of international observers, representing the Russian public organizations, Gennady Mikhailov at a press conference of the CEC Information Centre. "We intend to bring information about the elections in South Ossetia to the Council of Europe, which is represented by my organization - said Mikhailov. - Despite the fact that the Council of Europe has its own sources of information and Europe has not recognized South Ossetia, however, there is a group that works for the collection of information, where we present the material after its observation and inform the Council of Europe as we see it. And I am sure that this time we will bring them to the true information on transparency, democracy and legitimacy of the today's elections".