“The degree to which Albania’s citizens view these elections as credible turns largely on the extent to which the entire electoral process is administered in a professional and nonpartisan manner,” the delegation said. “But a democratic election can also be placed beyond reach if the present level of political polarization and the prospect of political manipulation of the process are not checked.”
In mid-March, Yemen began its National Dialogue, bringing together political and civil society leaders from diverse political backgrounds to discuss the direction the country will take.
The National Democratic Institute (NDI) has released its conclusions on the results of the May 2012 legislative elections in Algeria.
A new poll by IRI shows that residents of Equatorian South Sudan have a divided view on the future of the country.
This research was conducted from June 1 to June 11.
The International Republican Institute has released a provincial survey on democratic governance in Aceh.
The International Republican Institute has just released the results of its third national poll regarding public opinion in Ukraine.