Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has signed the law banning representatives of the aggressor country from being observers in Ukraine's elections, the press service of the head of state has reported.
The Petro Poroshenko Bloc faction in the Verkhovna Rada has demanded that the Ukrainian Interior Ministry refute statements on the bloc's involvement in organizing voter bribery schemes or immediately provide evidence.
The Health Ministry of Ukraine and the International Foundation for Electoral Systems, Inc. (IFES) have signed a memorandum of understanding and cooperation so that to prevent the use of administrative resources for election campaign, the ministry’s press service reported.
The Central Election Commission of Ukraine registered nine official observers from the International expert Center for Electoral Systems (ICES) for the presidential election in Ukraine scheduled for March 31.
About 70 percent of Ukrainians are going to vote in the presidential election, which is scheduled for March 31, 2019.
The Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe positively assesses the reform of decentralization in Ukraine but points to the need to improve the enforcement of electoral rights of the internally displaced persons (IDPs) at the local level.
The Central Election Commission of Ukraine has registered 41 more official observers from the international organizations for the presidential election in Ukraine scheduled for March 31.
The Central Election Commission of Ukraine formed 199 constituency election commissions for the presidential election, which will be held on March 31.
The European Network of Election Monitoring Organizations (ENEMO) will send 48 long-term and 320 short-term observers for the presidential election in Ukraine.
The European Union is not planning to create a separate election monitoring mission for Ukraine as it relies on the conclusions of OSCE observers.
The refusal to register Russian observers does not contradict the international obligations of Ukraine in the area of free and democratic elections.
The Central Election Commission (CEC) has registered another 90 official observers from the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) for the presidential election in Ukraine on March 31.
Ukraine's Central Election Commission (CEC) has registered another 27 official observers from international organizations for the presidential election scheduled for March 31.
Ukraine's Central Election Commission (CEC) has completed the registration of candidates for the post of head of state in Ukraine's presidential election scheduled for March 31.