U.S. NGOs give high appreciation to voting
The representatives of the U.S. NGOs gave high appreciation to the voting on Sunday. Bob Holden, the former governor from Missouri St, mentioned high professionalism of the representatives of election committees and noted the monitoring would be held in 52 stations of 17 election stations, Trend reports.
He said that no problem at voting and counting of votes was observed. вЂњIf we donвЂ™t take into consideration several cases, when part of electors could not find their names in electoral lists, the voting may be characterized as positive,вЂќ he underlined.
In his turn, the professor of the Truman University, John Ishiama stated that the elections would serve to strengthening of the democratic elections in Azerbaijan. He also stressed that his delegation was invited to Azerbaijan by the representatives of the CEC.