EP elections 2019: More than 2,500 election observers from 14 NGOs at EP elections on Sunday

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More than 2,500 election observers from 14 NGOs have been registered for the elections for European Parliament this coming Sunday, the Central Election Commission has announced.

The Commission cited as a problem the fact that some of the voters are finding it difficult to comprehend how to cast a preferential vote for a given candidate from the chosen list of candidates. The Central Election Commission will not be conducting a control count of the machine votes. 

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