Observers from CSTO PA described the presidential elections in Kazakhstan as competitive
ALMA-ATA, November 21 – RIA Novosti. In the final statement, it was stated that a group of international observers from the CSTO Parliamentary Assembly, following the results of observing the voting process in the extraordinary presidential election in Kazakhstan, characterized them as competitive as well as in line with the country’s legislation and international standards. . imprisonment on the compilation website.
Early presidential elections were held in Kazakhstan on 20 November. MSK has registered six presidential candidates, including incumbent head of state Kassym-Jomart Tokayev. According to exit poll data from three research institutes, Tokayev wins the election with more than 82% of the popular vote. The country’s CEC will announce the preliminary results of the elections in the first half of the day on Monday.
“Based on the observation results, international observers from CSTO PA note that the early presidential elections of the Republic of Kazakhstan were held, competitive, and their preparation and conduct was organized in accordance with state and international election legislation, election standards,” says the result.
It is stated that the members of the group are present at various stages of the voting, from the opening of the voting centers to the counting of the votes by the regional election commissions.
It also draws attention to maintaining a high level of public order in the preparation and conduct of elections, which “contributes to the creation of favorable conditions for the free formation of the voters’ opinions and attitudes towards candidates, their will and will.”
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