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EPDE Policy Alert - Electoral Reform in Ukraine #9

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Politically biased election observation in Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics

Ukraine

EPDE Policy Alert - Electoral Reform in Ukraine #8

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EPDE Policy Alert - Electoral Reform in Ukraine #7

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EPDE Policy Alerts - Electoral Reform In Ukraine

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IFES-OPORA Updates Joint Paper on Reform Priorities for Elections, Referendums and Political Finance

Brussels

EPDE experts at European Parliament: mixed election system promotes corruption

Ukraine

EPDE Policy Alert - Electoral Reform in Ukraine #6

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Local election on the 29 April: CVU criticizes violations

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EPDE Policy Alert - Electoral Reform in Ukraine #5

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EPDE Policy Alert - Electoral Reform In Ukraine #4

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EPDE Policy Alert - Electoral Reform In Ukraine #3

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EPDE press trip to Ukrainian elections

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No significant law violations in run-up to Ukrainian local elections

On October 29, local elections will take place in 202 newly united territorial communities across Ukraine. According to a report by OPORA, few violations were committed during the formation of election commissions and their first meetings.

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Ukrainian local elections - improvement of law on local elections needed

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EPDE Policy Alert - Electoral Reform In Ukraine #2

Three draft laws on the parliamentary elections, registered in the Parliament in December 2014, have finally been added to the agenda of the Parliament for the first reading on Thursday, October 19, 2017. However, all three initiatives failed to receive necessary support in the Parliament.

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EPDE Policy Alert - Electoral Reform In Ukraine #1

Electoral reform is currently not on the agenda of the Ukrainian Parliament. However, with the next parliamentary elections scheduled for 2019, the Parliament should start to discuss the already existing draft laws on parliamentary elections and the Elections Code right now.

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Call for Applications: Press trip to Ukrainian elections

On the occasion of the Ukrainian local elections on 29 October 2017, the European Platform for Democratic Elections (EPDE) October 2017 will organize a press trip to Ukraine for German-speaking journalists, from 23 to 30 October 2017. Please see the full details of this call (in German).

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Ukrainian local elections will take place on 29 October

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Fake Observers Praise Primaries in Occupied Territories in Eastern Ukraine

The internationally unrecognized “Donetsk People’s Republic” and “Luhansk People’s Republics” (“DPR”/”LPR”) held so-called “primaries” on October 2, 2016. 

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OPORA appeals to foreign governments, IOs, and NGOs concerning involvement of Crimea in the Duma elections

Ukraine

OPORA: Credibility of new Central Election Commission in Ukraine at risk

Ukraine

Ukrainian EPDE members CVU and Opora publish expert reports

Civic Network Opora and the Committee of Voters of Ukraine together with the international EPDE experts published four analysis on the conditions for democratic elections in Ukraine. 

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Ukraine 2015 Local Elections: EPDE Experts Reports

15 EPDE members assess proceedings of the Ukraine Local Elections held in October and November 2015. Election experts report on key aspects :  new election law, campaign in Donbass, so called "fake observation" and voting opportunities for IDPs. 

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Invitation: EPDE expert discussion 27 October, 13.00, Kyiv

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EPDE observes local elections in Ukraine

A group of civic election observers from the EPDE member organizations from Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Germany, Moldova, Norway, Poland and Russia observe the local elections in Ukraine scheduled for 25 October 2015. 

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Citizens’ election observation under pressure - Challenges for international institutions and civil society

The topic of the event is the increasing political, legal and administrative pressure against independent citizens' observers in OSCE countries. Examples from Russia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Belarus will be discussed.

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