Democracy International

November 28, 2010

Democracy International just issued the following press release.

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AUTHORITY OF AFGHAN ELECTION INSTITUTIONS SHOULD BE RESPECTED

September 26, 2010

Kabul, Sept 26 – U.S. based Democracy International, which deployed 80 international observers to this month’s parliamentary elections in Afghanistan, said on Sunday it was still too early to measure the effect of fraud but called on the country’s electoral institutions to stay committed to transparently resolving irregularities and tabulating results.

September 16, 2010

Kabul, Sept 16 – US-based electoral assistance organization Democracy International (DI) today (Thursday) began the deployment of additional Election Day observer teams to fifteen provinces across Afghanistan as part of a 80-person mission to observe elections for the country’s Wolesi Jirga (lower house of parliament), scheduled for September 18.

 

September 07, 2010

Here’s a press release announcing the deployment of our initial provincial observer teams. You can also download a PDF version of the statement here (27 KB).

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Sept 8, 2010

DEMOCRACY INTERNATIONAL DEPLOYS INITIAL PROVINCIAL OBSERVER TEAMS IN AFGHANISTAN

 

August 31, 2010

    Democracy International condemns the recent deadly attacks against parliamentary candidates and their supporters in Afghanistan and calls on the security forces of Afghanistan to direct more resources to the protection of candidates and their supporters.

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