The Commonwealth Observer Group (COG) has commended Mozambicans for voting in a largely peaceful and orderly manner during the 2019 Presidential, National and Provincial Assembly elections.
A final report by the Commonwealth Observer Group (COG) says Sri Lanka's 2019 presidential election was well-managed and transparent but urges greater inclusivity in future.
The Commonwealth Observer Group accredited for the 2 March 2020 General and Regional Elections notes the 15 April 2020 statement of Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) indicating that the Commission has decided to conduct a national recount of all ballots cast (Regions 1-10).
On 11 March 2020, the Acting Chief Justice of Guyana was unambiguous that public and transparent tabulation of the Statement of Polls is required to ensure the credibility of the process and address continued contentions regarding the tabulation and declaration of election results.
The international election observation missions in Guyana are deeply concerned about the continued lack of transparency in the ascertainment of results for Region 4.
The international election observer missions from the Commonwealth, the Organization of American States, the European Union, and The Carter Center have issued a joint statement.
Technology brings both benefit and risk to elections – but there are solutions that can defend the process from cybersecurity threats.
Members of the Commonwealth Observer Group (COG) have been present at the Office of the Returning Officer, Region 4 in Georgetown over the last 24 hours.
The Commonwealth Observer Group to the Guyana General and Regional Elections has found that the polling on 2 March was “orderly and transparent”, while also highlighting the urgent need for reform.
A Commonwealth election observer group led by the former Prime Minister of Barbados Owen Arthur is in Guyana to observe the upcoming general and regional elections.