OSCE DOCUMENTS Preliminary OSCE report on elections in Serbia, 21 September 1997 Editor's note: The OSCE Election Observation Mission has observed the elections preparations, campaign and ballotting from 21 August until 21 September 1997 in the Republic of Serbia. This is a preliminary report on the observations of the OSCE mission. OSCE Election Observation Mission Presidental and parliamentary Elections Republic of Serbia September 21, 1997 Preliminary Report INTRODUCTION Upon receipt of an official invitation to the OSCE Chairman-in-Office from the Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs, the OSCE sent an Assessment Mission to Belgrade between 21-26 August, 1997. The OSCE established an Election Observation Mission immediately following the initial assessment. The Mission observed the election preparations, campaign and balloting during the period August 27 - September 21, 1997. The following is a preliminary report covering the last stages of the pre-election period and election day, and no final conclusions can be drawn until the vote count, aggregation and verification procedures have been completed. A final report will be issued upon the completion of the election process. Mr. Anthony Welch was appointed as the OSCE On-site Co-ordinator for the Election Observation Mission. In addition to long-term observers, 156 short-term observers
Helsinki Monitor (in 2008 continued as Security and Human Rights) – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1997
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