Presidential Elections in Ukraine 2019
Type of election: Presidential election
Type of mission: Election observation mission (EOM)
Head of mission: Zlatko Vujovic
Long-term observers: 48
Short-term observers: 308
In January 2019, the European Network of Election Monitoring Organizations (ENEMO) deployed an International Election Observation Mission to Ukraine to observe the presidential election on 31 March. In addition to the ten core team members based in Kyiv, ENEMO accredited and deployed 48 long-term observers (LTOs) and 158 short-term observers in the first and second rounds, respectively, in teams of two to all regions (oblasts) of Ukraine.
For both rounds of the election, ENEMO observers monitored all stages of the voting process, including opening, polling, vote counting and results tabulation, as well as the transfer of materials to district election commissions (DECs).
ENEMO’s international observation mission for Ukrainian Presidential Election 2019 is financially supported by the United States Agency for International Development through the National Democratic Institute, the Federal Foreign Office of the Federal Republic of Germany and the European Union.
ENEMO highlights that the second round of the election was mostly conducted in line with international election standards
ENEMO IEOM to Ukraine is announcing a press conference to present its preliminary statement
ENEMO Secretary General and Head of Mission to Ukraine hosts a meeting with the Director of OSCE (ODIHR)
ENEMO International Election Observation Mission (IEOM) to Ukraine held a press conference and presented its first interim report
Head of ENEMO Mission met with the Head of Central Election Commission of Ukraine