Vladimir Rushaylo rejected accusations of CIS observers’ biliousness at elections

Politics Materials 10 November 2005 14:42 (UTC +04:00)

The CIS executive committee chairman, the head of the observation mission Vladimir Rushaylo declined accusations addressed to the CIS observers of biliousness in assessment of the results of the elections on accomplishment of the election process, Trend reports citing ITAR-TASS.

"It is not correct to speak of biliousness and interests of the observers from CIS, working at this or that elections at the Commonwealth”, Rushaylo said in a statement. According to him, critical remarks addressed to observers come, saying, allegedly, they know in advance what statement to make on the results of the observation for the elections.

"We cannot give directions, we generalize the entire information we receive from the state bodies, at the results of meetings with the electors, media reports. Then we set it forth in our statement. One should imagine distinctly, what the observers mission is вЂ" they are representatives from various states, various branches of power, which cannot agree with each other’, Rushaylo stressed.

He also noted, the conclusion on the results of the voting in Azerbaijan the CIS observers made before the results were announced.