“Moldova’s February 24 parliamentary elections are a step forward in terms of electoral administration and public trust in the electoral process,” said former Congressman and IRI Board Member Jim Kolbe, in releasing IRI’s preliminary report.
Three weeks out, polling shows that the election will likely result in a change from the status quo, but the details are still unknown. What we do know is that the election will answer three important questions for Moldova.
A deep-dive look into campaigns’ advertising spending based on officially submitted financial reports.
Under Moldovan law, men and women have equal rights as voters and candidates; however, women’s representation in politics remains incredibly low.
Chisinau, Moldova—The International Republican Institute (IRI) today announced the members of its election observation mission to Moldova for the February 24, 2019 parliamentary election, and the launch of the Moldova Election Snapshot election portal.
Click here for a full description of IRI’s short-term delegation and the press release.
A new poll of Moldovans by the International Republican Institute’s (IRI) Center for Insights in Survey Research reveals an increase in popular expectations that the upcoming parliamentary elections will be free and fair, while concerns continue over high levels of corruption in Moldova.
The International Republican Institute (IRI) today announced the deployment of a Long-Term Observation Mission to observe preparations for the parliamentary elections scheduled for February 24, 2019.
Click here for a full description of IRI’s mission and the press release.
A new poll of Moldovans by the International Republican Institute’s (IRI) Center for Insights in Survey Research reveals concerns about high levels of corruption and the fairness of the upcoming parliamentary elections. The survey also indicates that a majority of Moldovans intend to vote in the elections in February.
Click here for more conclusions from the poll.
IRI’s Eurasia Director Stephen Nix participates in a panel at the Atlantic Council on “Democratic Progress in the Frontlines of Freedom.”
Watch the video to hear his remarks and the panel’s discussion.