The representatives of the political group European Socialists met with the representatives of the OSCE Office of Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR).
The parties talked about the document elaborated on by the Working Group on Revisions to the Election Code.
As the Chairman of the political group, Fridon Injia, noted, they presented their opinions to the guests regarding the document prepared by the Working Group.
“The process for choosing the CEC Chairman needs to be altered. Based on the current standard, we were given a chairman of the CEC who was only chosen for a six-month term, which is unacceptable and unhelpful. We also discussed the electronic voting system, which will have an impact on at least 70% of voters. Since there will be the highest potential for fraud at the polling places where the final 30% of voters will cast their ballots, we believe that a specific regime should be in place there,” Injia noted.