2004 Mission Report: Afghanistan Presidential Election

View Full Report (PDF) In the last 30 years, the people of Afghanistan were detached from experiencing elections as a process to practice their political rights in choosing the representatives to organize and manage the country's democratic political system. Being the direct national election to be organized in Afghanistan, the Presidential Election

2004 Mission Report: Indonesia General Election

View Full Report (PDF) The 2004 Indonesia legislative election and Presidential election have seen remarkable positive advances in terms of human rights condition, comparing to the 1999 Indonesia Election. Generally, ANFREL observed that politically motivate killing and intimidation in terms of voters decision making is almost inexistence. The progress to Indonesia democratic

2003 Mission Report: Cambodia General Election

View Full Report (PDF) The recently concluded parliamentary election is another significant step towards the democratization of Cambodia Significant improvements were made There was less violence, greater awareness by Votets of their rights increased participation by citizens, and a more efficient administration of the election by the National Election Commission Despite these

2002 Mission Report: Pakistan General Election

View Full Report (PDF) ANFREL sent a team of 42 long-term and short-term international observers from 11 Asian country to monitor the National Assembly and the Provincial Assembly: elections in Pakistan, Although the Election Day passed off peacefully, except report of isolated violence in, ANFREL was deeply concerned by reports about misconducts

1999 Mission Report: Timor Leste

View Full Report (PDF) It is with much pride and honor that the Asian Network for Free Elections (ANFREL) and the Asian Network for Human Rights and Development (FORUM-ASIA) have taken part in the making of history in East Timor. To have contributed, even a bit to the overall efforts towards the

1999 Mission Report: Indonesia Election

View Full Report (PDF) Indonesia's geopolitics since the end of Soeharto's 32-year rule has significantly changed the Asia-Pacific region. The once Big Brother of Asia buckled down to both domestic and inter-national pressure1 for immediate change of rule and eventual transition to democracy. [pdf-embedder url="https://anfrel.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/1999_indonesia.pdf"]

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