Posted by: yerevanelections | May 25, 2009

Final list of local observation NGOs

On May 21 the Central Electoral Commission of RA published the final list of local NGOs observing the elections of the Yerevan Council:

  1. Center of Parliamentarism of Armenia – 20 observers,
  2. “Freedom and Democracy” NGO – 3 observers,
  3. “It’s Your Choice” NGO – 900 observers,
  4. “Transparency International” NGO – 52 observers,
  5. “Center for Community Dialogue and Initiative” (CCDI) NGO – 13 observers,
  6. “Free Society Institute” NGO – 501 observers,
  7. “Free Hayk” benevolent NGO – 78 observers,
  8. “Paros” Center for educational and cultural development of people with disabilities” NGO – 38 observers,
  9. “Justice and Right” NGO – 243 observers,
  10. “Unison” assistance to people with special needs NGO – 96 observers,
  11. “Armenian Association for Conflict and Peace Research” NGO – 216 observers,
  12. “HIV/AID Preventing Union” NGO – 197 observers,
  13. “Open Society” promotion to democracy NGO – 440 observers,
  14. “Nor-Nork Community Development Center” NGO – 263 observers,
  15. “AYB center for legal and community assistance” NGO – 241 observers,
  16. “Nor-Nork students’ association” NGO – 157 observers,
  17. “Erebuni” center for community development NGO – 265 observers,
  18. “Republican center for scientific and creative development” NGO – 227 observers,
  19. “Haghartsin” youth center NGO – 440 observers,
  20. “Armenian committee of Helsinki Civil Assembly” NGO – 11 observers,
  21. “Youth for democracy” NGO – 14 observers.
  22. “Helsinki Committee of Armenia” NGO – 14 observers,
  23. “AVET” educational and advisory NGO – 100 observers,
  24. “Armenian PR Association” NGO – 50 observers,
  25. “Federation of Youth Clubs” NGO – 55 observers,
  26. “Youth Parliament” NGO – 86 observers,
  27. “Against legal intimidations” NGO – 24 observers,
  28. “Helsinki Association” NGO – 35 observers,
  29. “Will of Youth” NGO – 39 observers.

To remind, May 21 was the deadline for registration of observation NGOs.

The information was taken from the web-site of the CEC of Armenia.

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