Over 230 OSCE observers to monitor parliamentary elections in Moldova on July 29


More than 230 observers with the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe /OSCE/ will monitor the early parliamentary elections in Moldova, RBC announced.

The head of the mission of OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights in Chisinau Boris Frlec announced that the mission of 14 international observers from 12 countries had already started the monitoring of the election campaign in Moldova. 20 more long-term observers are to arrive on June 30th.

In addition, some 200 short-term observers from OSCE member states will be working on the election day. They will monitor the voting, ballot papers counting and reception of election results from across the country.

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