On April, 19, at 11:30 a.m., at the press center of the UNIAN News Agency (4, Khreshchatyk Str., conference room), a press conference will take place on observation data by Civil Network OPORA before the second round of presidential elections in Ukraine.
During the event, OPORA experts will tell about activities of political actors during the election campaign, about key challenges in establishing district and polling station commissions, and will share opinions on the readiness of electoral subjects and law-enforcement bodies to duly respond to electoral fraud.
- Olga Aivazovska, Chair of the Board, Civil Network OPORA;
- Oleksandr Neberykut, analyst at Civil Network OPORA;
- Oleksandr Kliuzhev, analyst at Civil Network OPORA.
Registration on site, on the basis of press IDs.
For more details, please, contact:
044 591 44 44
Note: OPORA observation is aimed at unbiased assessment of the process of preparing and conduct of election, at facilitation of fair and free election, and at fraud prevention. Since October, 2018, Civil Network OPORA has run a large-scale observation campaign over presidential election. From the moment of official launch of election campaign, 204 observers have been enrolled all over the country. On March, 31, 2019, and in case of the second round voting , they will be joined by over 1,500 observers more.They will also conduct the parallel vote tabulation (PVT) in order to obtain voting results much sooner than official results, and more precise than exit-polls. In addition, we are monitoring the use of budget resources for indirect campaigning, we train law-enforcement bodies on peculiarities of election process; we launched a network of public ombudsmen on voting rights protection for citizens; we made assessment for Ukraine’s compliance with recommendations of international missions on electoral reform; and we run awareness raising campaigns for voters.