Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Observers report widespread organizational snafus

From Public Movement Multinational Georgia, an umbrella NGO for ethnic minority groups and a registered election observer today:

"The main problems we have found so far are that the number of ballot papers in polling stations is less than voters registered. This is the common problem in many regions. But also scattered problems of obstructing observers, unsuitable locations, no UV dye being used, commissioner staff not being present or displaying correct badges, problems of supplementary lists being too long and one violent incident when a complaint was not registered."


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