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The three sections of our work, Election Observation, Capacity Building and Campaign & Advocacy are different parts of ANFREL’s holistic approach to the promotion of democratic institutions. These divisions, while different, support one another.

Election Observation

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Capacity Building

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Campaigns & Advocacy

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ANFREL International Election Observation Mission to the 2020 Myanmar General Elections Interim Report

ANFREL wishes to congratulate the people of Myanmar, the Union Election Commission, and the hundreds of thousands of polling staff who made this electoral process a success despite difficult conditions. We further congratulate all election stakeholders, and in particular civil society organisations and the international community, for contributing to a vibrant election environment and conducting much-needed education, advocacy, and observation activities.

This interim report contains the IEOM’s preliminary assessment of all election-related activities up to Election Day (8 November 2020). ANFREL will issue a comprehensive Mission Report within two months after the elections, which will expand on the information contained in this interim report and include an assessment of the announcement of results, the post-election period, electoral dispute resolution, as well as a full set of recommendations to improve future electoral processes in Myanmar.

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ANFREL Webinar Series: Post-Elections Observation Findings on 2020 Myanmar General Elections

The Asian Network for Free Elections (ANFREL) is hosting a webinar on 25 January 2021, Monday, at 4 p.m. (Yangon time) about the post-election observation findings of election observer groups in Myanmar.

Press Release: About Conducting of Parliamentary Election in Ghazni, Provincial Council Elections, District Council Elections and Municipality Elections in Major Cities

The Afghan government must work on realistic and implementable security plan for elections. The government must undertake a plan to provide security of polling centers, poll workers, observers, voters and ensure the public that it’s capable of providing security.

Over 60% Turnout, Low Incidence of Electoral Irregularities Mark PS-52 By-Election — FAFEN

Despite COVID-19 associated challenges, the PS-52 Umer Kot-II by-elections witnessed an encouraging male and female turnout with low incidence of procedural violations indicating improved election management by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP).

Mission Reports: Get the Latest Information from the Field

We invite you to browse ANFREL's archive of international election mission reports. ANFREL's international election observation missions are guided by the Declaration of Principles for International Election Observation and Code of Conduct of International Election Observers. You can find a complete list of our election observation reports by clicking the button below.

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