OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) has established a Special Election Assessment Mission (SEAM) to observe the Presidential Election 2021 of Mongolia on May 25. The meeting with Gilles Saphy, deputy head of the SEAM, and Marcela Maskova, an expert, was organized online today.
G.Bilguun, vice chairman of the GASR, and T.Narmandakh, head of the civil state registration department, attended the meeting and provided detailed information on the role of the State Registration Authority in the election process and answered expert’s questions. G.Bilguun, vice chairman of the GASR, introduced the preparations for the Presidential election of Mongolia and said that the implementation of the plan is over 90 percent complete.
The Special Election Assessment Mission members of OSCE ODIHR thanked for organizing today's meeting. During the meeting, it was emphasized that the SEAM would assess whether the election was held in line with OSCE commitments and other international obligations and standards for democratic elections, as well as with national legislation and the final report would be published open internationally.
Mongolia became the 57th member of the OSCE in 2012, having previously observed the 2013 and 2017 Presidential Elections and the 2016 and 2020 Parliamentary Elections.
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