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All-Ukrainian civic organization "COMMITTEE OF VOTERS OF UKRAINE"
Ukraine, 01001, Kyiv а\с 25
Telephone/Fax: +38 044 337 5101, +38 094 906 0101, +38 050 469 2164 / +38 044 337 5101
cvu@cvu.kiev.ua

Committee of Voters of Ukraine (CVU) is an independent NGO, non-affiliated with political parties and election blocs. In its activities, the CVU relies upon principles of voluntarily, member equality, self-governance, lawfulness and openness. The Committee of Voters of Ukraine was registered by the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine on December 28, 1994.

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Civil Network Opora
34A Hrushevskogo, office 93

Ukraine, Kyiv
tel.: +38 044 591 44 44

Civil Network OPORA is a non-governmental, non-partisan and financially independent all-Ukrainian network of civic activists working on local and national issues.  Our network includes individuals and organizations, student groups, community leaders and housing organizations.  Our members make up a variety of political viewpoints, but we all agree on changingUkrainefor laws and programs in the citizen’s interests.

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Concept on how the feasibility of holding elections in Donetsk and Luhansk can be determined

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By-elections in Ivano-Frankivsk region highly contentious with significant irregularities

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By-elections - preliminary statement

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By-elections - formation of PECs

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Electoral reform Forum by OPORA

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By-elections - first month of campaigning

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All-Ukrainian Referendum: What is it, What for, and How is it organized

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Competitive second round mayoral election in Kryvyi Rih

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Joint Statement On Restoring Political Party Reporting Deadlines

EPDE Publication

Money and politics – need for new rules of the game

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Chernivtsi mayoral runoff - no critical disruptions in election administration

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Half of the elections marked by voter bribery schemes and incidents of this increased significantly

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Highly competitive runoff elections with deliberate disinformation and smear campaigns

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No widespread violations, but need for professionalization of election commissions

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Increase in black PR and manipulative schemes to gain votes