ENEMO

Governing Board

During the ENEMO General Assembly held from 26th to 29th May 2022 the new President of ENEMO and members of ENEMO’s Governing board were elected.

After the renaming of Secretary General to President of ENEMO, and Secretariat to Governing board of ENEMO, on the third day of the GA were held elections for the above mentioned mandates within ENEMO’s structure.

ENEMO Governing board is the main governing body of the Network comprising five member organizations elected for two-year term through General Assembly. The main tasks of the Governing board are: establishing internal policies and procedures; supervising the CEO’s activities and performance; presenting to the General Assembly the plan for the upcoming year designed in joint effort with the CEO; implementing jointly with CEO the fundraising plan; selecting Core Team members within an EOM; preparing and organizing the sessions of the Governing Board and the General Assembly in cooperation with the CEO; maintaining contact and communication with other international organizations, diplomatic representatives, international CSOs and governments in accordance with the Communications and Visibility Policy; reporting at least on a monthly basis to the Network and submits annual report to the General Assembly; conducting fundraising activities for the Network; conducting other activities.

Members of the Governing board are: the President of ENEMO Ana Mihajlovic, representative of Centre for Free Elections and Democracy CeSID, Society for Democratic Culture (represented by Gerta Meta), Coalition for Democracy and Civil Society (represented by Cholpon Babalieva), Promo-LEX Association (represented by Nicolae Panfil), GONG (represented by Kristina Kostelac).

 

Ana Mihajlović

President of ENEMO
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Cholpon Babalieva

Member of the Governing Board
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Gerta Meta

Member of the Governing Board
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Kristina Kostelac

Member of the Governing Board
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Nicolae Panfil

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Previous Governing Boards

2017-2022

Secretary General: Centre for Monitoring and Research (CeMI) from Montenegro represented by Zlatko Vujovic

Secretariat: Coalition for Democracy and Civil Society (CDCS) from Kyrgyzstan, Golos from Russian Federation, KRIIK Albania Association (KRIIK) from Albania and International Society for Fair Elections and Democracy (ISFED) from Georgia

 

2015-2017

Secretary General: International Society for Fair Elections and Democracy (ISFED) from Georgia represented by Nino Lomjaria

Secretariat: Centre for Monitoring and Research (CeMI) from Montenegro, KRIIK Albania Association (KRIIK) from Albania, Centre for Free Elections and Democracy (CeSID) from Serbia and Promo-LEX Association from Moldova

 

2013-2015

Secretary General: Citizens Association MOST from North Macedonia represented by Darko Aleksov

Secretariat: Committee of Voters of Ukraine (CVU) from Ukraine, Promo-LEX Association from Moldova, Society for Democratic Culture (SDC) from Albania and Centre for Free Elections and Democracy (CeSID) from Serbia

 

2009-2013

Secretary General: Citizens Association MOST from North Macedonia represented by Darko Aleksov

Secretariat: Center for Democratic Transition (CDT) from Montenegro, Centers for Civic Initiatives (CCI) from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Committee of Voters of Ukraine (CVU) from Ukraine and International Society for Fair Elections and Democracy (ISFED) from Georgia

 

2008-2009

Secretary General: Pro Democracy Association (APD) from Romania represented by Constantin Marza

Secretariat: Citizens Association MOST from North Macedonia, Obcianske oko from Slovakia, Republican Network of Independent Monitors (RNIM) from Kazakhstan and Committee of Voters of Ukraine (CVU) from Ukraine

 

2006-2008

Secretary General: Pro Democracy Association (APD) from Romania represented by Costel Popa

Secretariat: Centre for Free Elections and Democracy (CeSID) from Serbia, Obcianske oko from Slovakia, Committee of Voters of Ukraine (CVU) from Ukraine and Election Monitoring Centre (EMC) from Azerbaijan

 

2004-2006

Secretariat: Obcianske oko from Slovakia represented by Peter Novotny

 

2001-2004

Secretariat: Centre for Free Elections and Democracy (CeSID) from Serbia represented by Srdjan Pavlicic