More than 350 observers from the European Network of Election Observation Organizations (ENEMO) will monitor local elections in Ukraine. This was reported by journalists GOLOS.EU with reference to the head of the ENEMO mission Zlatko Vuevic.
At a news conference in Kyiv on Thursday, Vuevich said the mission has 50 long-term and more than 300 short-term observers across Ukraine to observe the election.
According to him, the mission will work in accordance with international standards and assess the election process for compliance with international standards for democratic elections, national legal framework and OSCE commitments.
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According to Vuevich, there will be no observers in Donbass, but the situation in the region will be monitored by representatives of the mission in neighboring regions, such as Zaporizhia.
The mission plans to make a statement on the observation the day after the election, and the final report will be released by the end of December 2015.
According to the resolution of the Verkhovna Rada, local elections in Ukraine on October 25, 2015 will not take place in the Crimea and in the part of Donbass not controlled by the Ukrainian authorities.