MINSK, 15 November 2019 - International observers to the early parliamentary elections in Belarus will present their preliminary conclusions at a news conference.
- You are invited to a news conference of the international observers to the early parliamentary elections in Belarus.
- The news conference is open to all and no accreditation is required to enter, but questions will only be taken from journalists.
Statement of preliminary findings and conclusions:
- Margareta Cederfelt, Special Co-ordinator and leader of the OSCE short-term observer mission
Followed by statements from:
- Lord Blencathra, Head of the PACE delegation
- Ditmir Bushati, Head of the OSCE PA delegation
- Corien Jonker, Head of the ODIHR election observation mission
WHEN: 15:00 on 18 November 2019
WHERE: Beijing Hotel, Style Room, 36 Krasnoarmeiskaya Street
The international election observation is a joint mission of the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly (OSCE PA), and the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE). The observation mission totals 437 observers from 45 countries, including 342 ODIHR-deployed experts, long-term, and short-term observers, 69 parliamentarians and staff from the OSCE PA, and 26 from PACE.
For more details, contact:
Nat Parry, OSCE PA: +375 296 417481 or +45 60 10 81 77, [email protected]
Katya Andrusz, ODIHR: +375 296 339 743 or +48 609 522 266, [email protected]
Bogdan Torcătoriu, PACE: +375 29 633 74 36, [email protected]
Photos of the OSCE PA's election observation mission are available for public use on Flickr.