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1,114 observers registered so far to monitor elections

28 march 2011, 18:01
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Tatyana Okhlopkova
Tatyana Okhlopkova
International observers of CIS and OSCE missions
International observers of CIS and OSCE missions
Aleksey Gromov, ODIHR/OSCE mission observer
Aleksey Gromov, ODIHR/OSCE mission observer
Presidential elections in Kazakhstan will be monitored by at least 1,114 foreign observers, Tengrinews.kz reports.

1,114 foreign observers have been accredited by the Central Election Commission (CEC) by March 28. 92 more observers were added to the list of 1,052 today.

352 observers from the ODIHR/OSCE mission, 431 from the CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) mission and 14 from the SCO (Shanghai Cooperation Organization) will be monitoring the presidential elections to be held on April 3.

180 representatives of five international organizations and 162 observers representing 24 foreign countries will be observing the elections as well.

The CEC will continue accreditation applications until midnight today, March 28.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has so far accredited 90 foreign journalists to observer the elections. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has no deadlines for accreditation.

1,634 observers monitors the 2005 presidential elections in Kazakhstan, one of the CEC members Tatyana Okhlopkova said.

CEC expects both voting turnout and civil engagement to be high at the forthcoming elections.

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