Observers note the lack of inclusion of a large number of voters, lack of competition between candidates, unequal campaigning conditions, low turnout, procedural and serious irregularities in the early presidential elections.
PF "Common Cause" shares a press-release: Election day has ended peacefully with considerable procedural issues and a number of serious violations.
The Common Cause Public Foundation is observing the voting process at 500 polling stations across the country. In addition, 58 mobile teams have observed the situation outside of 250 polling stations.
The Public Foundation (PF) 'Common Cause’ deployed 500 observers across the country to monitor the preparations for opening, voting, counting, and closing procedures at selected polling stations.
The “Common Cause” Public Foundation has issued a Preliminary Report on the results of long-term observation of preparations for the early Presidential Elections of the Kyrgyz Republic scheduled for January 10, 2021.
Long-term observers of the Common Cause public foundation from December 21 to 28 recorded 27 violations of the law in preparation for the early presidential elections in Kyrgyzstan, scheduled for January 10, 2021.
The Public Foundation “Common Cause” will observe the January 10, 2021 early presidential election at 500 selected polling stations, at the Central Election Commission (CEC), and at all Territorial Election Commissions.
For the January 10, 2021 early presidential election, Common Cause is monitoring all stages of the election including the pre-election, election day, and post-election processes. A long-term observation is carried out to: