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OPORA PVT Estimates for Parliamentary Election 2019
OPORA deployed 1398 trained and accredited PVT Observers to a nationally representative, random sample of polling stations. PVT Observers evaluated the quality of the Election Day process and recorded the official results. The PVT is a nonpartisan exercise conducted solely by OPORA with the intent of providing independent information on the integrity of the process and the veracity of the official results. Unlike exit polls, PVTs do not ask citizens how they voted, rather they rely on trained...
As of 04:00 PM, OPORA does not record systematic violations that may negatively affect the voting process
The voting process in 21 July 2019 early parliamentary elections as of 04:00 pm is quite democratic and in line with fundamental law regulations. According to OPORA's observers, who conduct observation at nationally representative sample of polling stations, there are no critical issues in organization of the voting process or serious potential threats at this stage of the election.
Typical violations of the voting procedure in 21 July 2019 early parliamentary elections as of 12:00 pm
Civil Network OPORA continues to monitor the voting process and the adherence to election procedures on the nationally representative number of precinct election commissions.
Start of the vote in 21 July 2019 parliamentary elections in Ukraine
Civil Network OPORA has used a statistical sampling to assess the quality of preparatory meetings in PECs and the start of voting.
Report based on the results of OPORA’s observation of special elections of people’s deputies of Ukraine scheduled for July 21, 2019: preliminary conclusions and trends in July’s campaign
According to official data received from the National Police of Ukraine, as of July 18, 2019, 273 criminal proceedings were initiated, of which 111 are related to cases of vote buying or indirect bribery of voters (41% of the total number). Law enforcing bodies launched 88 criminal investigations into cases of alleged interference with citizens’ voting rights by means of deceit (illegal use of party brands, registration of clone candidates). Other criminal proceedings relate to cases of obstr...
Summary for the First Month of the Early Parliamentary Election Campaign in Ukraine
MP candidates use material incentives to gain support of the voters, and this is the biggest challenge for democratic election of a new Ukrainian parliament. Law enforcement bodies often are not able to efficiently prevent such unfair forms of campaigning, taking into consideration that candidates use legal entities as third parties. However, all the incidents with features of indirect voter bribery, detected by OPORA's observers, can affect free voting process in certain districts.