Observers from People's Diplomacy Foundation record no violations on Election Day in Kyiv, but make remarks
Observers from the People's Democracy Foundation have recorded no irregularities on the day of voting in Ukraine's parliamentary elections, but pointed to some flaws.
"As for Kyiv, we have not recorded any violations," the head of the People's Diplomacy Foundation, Romella Lovyago, told Interfax-Ukraine on Monday.
She also noted that the police were positively minded during the organization of the electoral process.
"There was quite a proper atmosphere at polling stations," Lovyago said.
She said that observers from the People's Diplomacy Foundation faced no obstacles during their work at polling stations.
"We can provide some advice on our part. For example, there were dark voting booths, and there was no additional lighting," Lovyago said.
A former French ambassador, an OSCE representative and a member of the People's Diplomacy Foundation, Alain-Claude Couanon, told Interfax-Ukraine that he had not recorded fraud or serious irregularities at polling stations in Kyiv on Election Day.
"There were no serious violations, but this does not mean that there was nothing, especially far away from Kyiv," he said.